A case with concurrent duplication, triplication, and uniparental isodisomy at 1q42.12-qter supporting microhomology-mediated break-induced replication model for replicative rearrangements

Tomohiro Kohmoto, Nana Okamoto, Takuya Naruto, Chie Murata, Yuya Ouchi, Naoko Fujita, Hidehito Inagaki, Shigeko Satomura, Nobuhiko Okamoto, Masako Saito, Kiyoshi Masuda, Hiroki Kurahashi, Issei Imoto

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Background: Complex genomic rearrangements (CGRs) consisting of interstitial triplications in conjunction with uniparental isodisomy (isoUPD) have rarely been reported in patients with multiple congenital anomalies (MCA)/intellectual disability (ID). One-ended DNA break repair coupled with microhomology-mediated break-induced replication (MMBIR) has been recently proposed as a possible mechanism giving rise to interstitial copy number gains and distal isoUPD, although only a few cases providing supportive evidence in human congenital diseases with MCA have been documented. Case presentation: Here, we report on the chromosomal microarray (CMA)-based identification of the first known case with concurrent interstitial duplication at 1q42.12-q42.2 and triplication at 1q42.2-q43 followed by isoUPD for the remainder of chromosome 1q (at 1q43-qter). In distal 1q duplication/triplication overlapping with 1q42.12-q43, variable clinical features have been reported, and our 25-year-old patient with MCA/ID presented with some of these frequently described features. Further analyses including the precise mapping of breakpoint junctions within the CGR in a sequence level suggested that the CGR found in association with isoUPD in our case is a triplication with flanking duplications, characterized as a triplication with a particularly long duplication-inverted triplication-duplication (DUP-TRP/INV-DUP) structure. Because microhomology was observed in both junctions between the triplicated region and the flanking duplicated regions, our case provides supportive evidence for recently proposed replication-based mechanisms, such as MMBIR, underlying the formation of CGRs + isoUPD implicated in chromosomal disorders. Conclusions: To the best of our knowledge, this is the first case of CGRs + isoUPD observed in 1q and having DUP-TRP/INV-DUP structure with a long proximal duplication, which supports MMBIR-based model for genomic rearrangements. Molecular cytogenetic analyses using CMA containing single-nucleotide polymorphism probes with further analyses of the breakpoint junctions are recommended in cases suspected of having complex chromosomal abnormalities based on discrepancies between clinical and conventional cytogenetic findings.

Original languageEnglish
Article number15
JournalMolecular Cytogenetics
Volume10
Issue number1
DOIs
Publication statusPublished - 28-04-2017

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Uniparental Disomy
Microarrays
Intellectual Disability
Chromosome Disorders
DNA Breaks
Cytogenetic Analysis
Chromosomes
Polymorphism
Cytogenetics
Chromosome Aberrations
DNA Repair
Single Nucleotide Polymorphism
Repair
Nucleotides
Association reactions
DNA

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  • Biochemistry
  • Molecular Medicine
  • Molecular Biology
  • Genetics
  • Genetics(clinical)
  • Biochemistry, medical

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Kohmoto, Tomohiro ; Okamoto, Nana ; Naruto, Takuya ; Murata, Chie ; Ouchi, Yuya ; Fujita, Naoko ; Inagaki, Hidehito ; Satomura, Shigeko ; Okamoto, Nobuhiko ; Saito, Masako ; Masuda, Kiyoshi ; Kurahashi, Hiroki ; Imoto, Issei. / A case with concurrent duplication, triplication, and uniparental isodisomy at 1q42.12-qter supporting microhomology-mediated break-induced replication model for replicative rearrangements. In: Molecular Cytogenetics. 2017 ; Vol. 10, No. 1.
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