The Role of Genetics Mutations in Gene RANBP2 in Acute Necrotizing Encephalopathy Type 1 Syndrome

Asadi S, Jamali M, Arzeloo SN and Habashizadeh M

Published on: 2019-07-15

Abstract

ANE1 syndrome usually appears in infancy or early childhood, although some people do not develop this condition until adolescence or adolescence. The ANE1 syndrome is caused by the mutant of the RANBP2 gene, which is based on the long arm of chromosome number 2 as 2q13. Influenza is the most common viral infection seen in people with ANE1 syndrome. Some people who have changed the RANBP2 gene have never developed the condition of the syndrome, a condition known as impaired penetration.