Most recently, I led a study first describing a novel syndrome with global developmental delay and syndromic features that were caused by rare de novo mutations in the gene KAT6A. Within 2 years of publication, there are over 100 individuals known to be diagnosed with mutations in KAT6A, making it one of the more common causes of syndromic developmental delay.
We have an active research program around KAT6A and related genes, as mutations in chromatin modifier genes typically have similar features, suggesting a related etiology.
[More to come here]
Link to Patient Survey [?]
For patients, a great resource is that KAT6A Foundation
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