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Factor XIII A subunit deficiency

Factor 13A deficiency is an autosomal recessive disorder caused by mutations of the F13A1 gene. It is characterized biochemically by low levels or dysfunctional factor XIII and clinically by increased bleeding and poor wound healing.

Systematic

Hereditary bleeding disorders
Afibrinogenemia
Disturbances of vitamin K metabolism
Dysfibrinogenemia
Factor XII deficiency
Factor XIII A subunit deficiency
F13A1
Factor XIII B subunit deficiency
Plasminogen activator inhibitor deficiency

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McDonagh J et al. (1971) Genetic aspects of factor XIII deficiency.

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Barbui T et al. (1978) Subunits A and S inheritance in four families with congenital factor XIII deficiency.

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Berliner S et al. (1984) Hereditary factor XIII deficiency: report of four families and definition of the carrier state.

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Coggan M et al. (1995) Mutations causing coagulation factor XIII subunit A deficiency: characterization of the mutant proteins after expression in yeast.

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Standen GR et al. (1993) Factor XIII ABristol 1: detection of a nonsense mutation (Arg171-->stop codon) in factor XIII A subunit deficiency.

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Ichinose A et al. (2000) Molecular and genetic mechanisms of factor XIII A subunit deficiency.

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Souri M et al. (2001) Novel Y283C mutation of the A subunit for coagulation factor XIII: molecular modelling predicts its impaired protein folding and dimer formation.

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Francis JL et al. (1979) Factor XIII deficiency. A family study by measurement of factor XIII subunits A and S.

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Birben E et al. (2002) Mutations in coagulation factor XIII A gene in three Turkish patients: two novel mutations and a known insertion.

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Lauer P et al. (2002) Targeted inactivation of the mouse locus encoding coagulation factor XIII-A: hemostatic abnormalities in mutant mice and characterization of the coagulation deficit.

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Board P et al. (1992) Identification of a point mutation in factor XIII A subunit deficiency.

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DUCKERT F et al. (1960) A hitherto undescribed congenital haemorrhagic diathesis probably due to fibrin stabilizing factor deficiency.

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Kamura T et al. (1992) Deficiency of coagulation factor XIII A subunit caused by the dinucleotide deletion at the 5' end of exon III.

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Anwar R et al. (2009) The Arg703Trp missense mutation in F13A1 is a de novo event.

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Board PG et al. (1988) Haplotypes of the coagulation factor XIII A subunit locus in normal and deficient subjects.

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Lorand L et al. (1988) Autoimmune antibody (IgG Kansas) against the fibrin stabilizing factor (factor XIII) system.

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Frydman M et al. (1986) Male fertility in factor XIII deficiency.

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Girolami A et al. (1985) Congenital factor XIII deficiency: type I and type II disease.

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Girolami A et al. (1977) Congenital deficiency of factor XIII with normal subunit S and lack of subunit A. Report of a new family.

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Israels ED et al. (1973) Immunological studies of coagulation factor XIII.

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