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Bamforth–Lazarus syndrome

Bamforth–Lazarus syndrome is a genetic condition that results in thyroid dysgenesis.[1][2] It is due to recessive mutations in forkhead/winged-helix domain transcription factor (FKLH15 or TTF2).[3]

It is associated with FOXE1.[4]


  1. ^ Bamforth JS, Hughes I, Lazarus J, John R (June 1986). "Congenital anomalies associated with hypothyroidism". Arch. Dis. Child. 61 (6): 608–9.  
  2. ^ Bamforth JS, Hughes IA, Lazarus JH, Weaver CM, Harper PS (January 1989). "Congenital hypothyroidism, spiky hair, and cleft palate". J. Med. Genet. 26 (1): 49–51.  
  3. ^ Kopp P (June 2002). "Perspective: genetic defects in the etiology of congenital hypothyroidism". Endocrinology 143 (6): 2019–24.  
  4. ^ Venza I, Visalli M, Parrillo L, De Felice M, Teti D, Venza M (March 2011). "MSX1 and TGF-beta3 are novel target genes functionally regulated by FOXE1". Hum. Mol. Genet. 20 (5): 1016–25.  
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