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Total genome scan analysis in a single extended family for primary nocturnal enuresis: evidence for a new locus (ENUR3) for primary nocturnal enuresis on chromosome 22q11



Total genome scan analysis in a single extended family for primary nocturnal enuresis: evidence for a new locus (ENUR3) for primary nocturnal enuresis on chromosome 22q11



European Urology 33(Suppl. 3): 34-36



Objective: In this study we focussed on a single large family to maximize the possibility of recognizing a single locus. This family alone could raise a lod score above 3, i.e. sufficient by tradition for assignment of a locus. Methods: The family consists of 11 children and 26 grandchildren in whom monosymptomatic primary nocturnal enuresis (PNE) is segregating in three generations.

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