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2021 - Arrhythmia variant associations and reclassifications in the eMERGE-III sequencing study

icon sp96  SyncroPatch 768 PE (a predecessor model of the SyncroPatch 384 instrument) pre-print publication in MedRxiv (2021)

Authors:
Glazer A. M., Davogustto G., Shaffer C. M.,Vanoye C. G., Desai R. R., Farber-Eger E. H., Dikilitas O., Shang N., Pacheco J. A., Yang T., Muhammad A., Mosley J. D., Van Driest S. L., Wells Q. S., Rinke L. L., Kalash O. R., Wada Y., Bland S., Yoneda Z. T., Mitchell D. W., Kroncke B. M., Kullo I. J., Jarvik G. P., Gordon A. S., Larson E. B., Manolio T. A., Mirshahi T., Luo J. Z.,Schaid D., Namjou B., Alsaied T., Singh R., Singhal A., Liu C., Wenig C., Hripcsak G., Ralston J. D., McNally E. M., Chung W. K., Carrell D. S., Leppig K. A., Hakonarson H., Sleiman P., Sohn S., Glessner J., the eMERGE Network, Denny J., Wie W-Q., Jr. George A. L., Shoemaker M. B., Roden D. M.

Journal:

MedRxiv (2021) doi:10.1101/2021.03.30.21254549


Abstract: 

In 21,846 eMERGE-III participants, sequencing 10 arrhythmia syndrome disease genes identified 123 individuals with pathogenic or likely pathogenic (P/LP) variants. Compared to non-carriers, P/LP carriers had a significantly higher burden of arrhythmia phenotypes in their electronic health records (EHRs). Fifty one participants had variant results returned. Eighteen of these 51 participants had inherited arrhythmia syndrome diagnoses (primarily long QT syndrome), and 11/18 of these diagnoses were made only after variant results were returned. After in vitro functional evaluation of 50 variants of uncertain significance (VUS), we reclassified 11 variants: 3 to likely benign and 8 to P/LP. As large numbers of people are sequenced, the disease risk from rare variants in arrhythmia genes can be assessed by integrating genomic screening, EHR phenotypes, and in vitro functional studies.


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