Please note that we are in the process of moving the TSC Variation databases from the current LOVD2 platform to LOVD3. While the classification of variants in LOVD2 are updated as necessary, other information such as the exon numbering are not being updated in LOVD2. Please continue to use LOVD2 to check for variants until we have completed data transfer to LOVD3.
||Tuberous sclerosis 2|
||View all (unique) PubMed references in the TSC2 database|
|Date of creation
||January 24, 2005|
||October 02, 2019|
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|Reference sequence file
||coding DNA reference sequence for describing sequence variants|
|Genomic refseq ID
|Transcript refseq ID
||Exon/intron information table|
|Total number of unique DNA variants reported
|Total number of variants reported
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||The Purpose of the Database is to provide information to help diagnostic laboratories and clinicians interpret the results of genetic testing for tuberous sclerosis. It can be difficult to decide whether a change found in the DNA of one of the TS genes is the change that is causing tuberous sclerosis or a harmless variation which can be ignored. The database allows scientists and clinicians to check whether the change has been reported by other laboratories and whether it is thought to be a cause of tuberous sclerosis or a normal variation. All the information in the database is anonymous and care has been taken to exclude any information which might lead to patients being identified. In supporting genetic testing for tuberous sclerosis the database provides a valuable service for patients and their families.|
Allelic variants listed here are collated from The Cardiff-Rotterdam Tuberous Sclerosis Mutation Database, David Kwiatkowski's Tuberous Sclerosis Project, publications and submissions to the database. Should you notice that there are allelic variants not in the database or that there are errors, please inform us.
The curation of this database is supported by the TSAlliance and the Tuberous Sclerosis Association, and it is kindly hosted by the Leiden University Medical Center. The curators are based at University College London.
Uncurated Data - If you have a Clinical problem with a variant that is not visible in the database, please note that we have a backlog of uncurated data, so do contact us.
Liability - All contents of this database are protected by local and international copyright laws. The information is submitted for the purpose of sharing genetic and clinical information. Genetic variants listed may or may not have a causal association with disease phenotypes, irrespective of stated classifications or other information presented in the database. All information in this database, including variant classifications, is subject to change and there is no warranty, express or implied, as to its accuracy, completeness, or fitness for a particular purpose. Use of this database and information is subject to User responsibility and discretion. Clinical decisions regarding individual patient care should be carried out in conjunction with a healthcare professional with expertise in the relevant genes and diseases. We (the TS Alliance, the Tuberous Sclerosis Association, University College London, Leiden University Medical Centre or any of their employees or agents) do not accept any liability for any injury, loss or damage incurred by use of or reliance on the information provided by this database.
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