TTN truncating variants in DCM cohorts


The table below lists the 67 rare (MAF<0.0001 in ExAC) truncating TTN variants identified in a cohort of 460 DCM patients (304 patients from OMGL, 156 patients from LMM). When this rare variant frequency of 0.14565 is compared with a background population rate of 0.00876, there is a statistically significant case excess of 0.13689 (p<0.0001), which suggests that approximately 63 of these variants may be pathogenic.


Source:      Combined (OMGL + LMM)     -     OMGL     -     LMM



No. Variant (CDS) Variant (Protein) Variant Type Cases (460)OMGL classLMM class ExAC frequency
1. c.57995delA p.His19332ProfsX18frameshift 3Likely Pathogenic (3)0.000000
2. c.97417del p.Arg32473Valfs*19frameshift 2VUS (2)0.000000
3. c.57215delG p.Gly19072GlufsX12frameshift 1Likely Pathogenic (1)0.000000
4. c.51436C>T p.Q17146Xnonsense 1VUS (1)0.000000
5. c.11657delA p.Asp3886ValfsX22frameshift 1VUS favour pathogenic (1)0.000000
6. c.63625C>T p.R21209Xnonsense 1VUS (1)0.000000
7. c.16077del p.Phe5359Leufs*28frameshift 1VUS (1)0.000000
8. c.77421_77422insC p.Ser25808GlnfsX19frameshift 1Likely Pathogenic (1)0.000000
9. c.46773T>A p.Tyr15591Xnonsense 1Likely Pathogenic (1)0.000000
10. c.98506C>T p.R32836Xnonsense 1VUS (1)0.000000
11. c.92652_92659del p.Asp30885Serfs*3frameshift 1VUS (1)0.000000
12. c.44272C>T p.R14758Xnonsense 1VUS (1)0.000008
13. c.76865G>A p.W25622Xnonsense 1VUS (1)0.000000
14. c.70200_70203dup p.Ile23402Aspfs*6frameshift 1VUS (1)0.000000
15. c.31035T>G p.Y10345Xnonsense 1VUS (1)0.000000
16. c.85238del p.Thr28413Ilefs*3frameshift 1VUS (1)0.000000
17. c.60163_60164del p.Ile20055Cysfs*7frameshift 1VUS (1)0.000000
18. c.86821+2T>A essential splice site 1Likely Pathogenic (1)0.000008
19. c.45307C>T p.Arg15103Xnonsense 1Likely Pathogenic (1)0.000000
20. c.12742C>T p.Q4248Xnonsense 1VUS (1)0.000000
21. c.69458_69461dupAGAA p.Asn23154LysfsX14frameshift 1Likely Pathogenic (1)0.000000
22. c.93897delT p.Phe31299LeufsX14frameshift 1Likely Pathogenic (1)0.000000
23. c.61495C>T p.R20499Xnonsense 1VUS (1)0.000000
24. c.98265_98268dup p.His32757Asnfs*4frameshift 1VUS (1)0.000000
25. c.60940del p.Thr20314Leufs*5frameshift 1VUS (1)0.000000
26. c.99058del p.Glu33020Argfs*41frameshift 1VUS (1)0.000000
27. c.74104C>T p.Q24702Xnonsense 1VUS (1)0.000000
28. c.46803G>A p.W15601Xnonsense 1VUS (1)0.000000
29. c.85946del p.Val28649Glyfs*20frameshift 1VUS (1)0.000000
30. c.14194C>T p.Q4732Xnonsense 1VUS (1)0.000000
31. c.57847+1G>A essential splice site 1Likely Pathogenic (1)0.000000
32. c.47314C>T p.R15772Xnonsense 1VUS (1)0.000000
33. c.41610delA p.Val13871SerfsX7frameshift 1Likely Pathogenic (1)0.000000
34. c.89197_89197+2delGGT essential splice site 1Likely Pathogenic (1)0.000000
35. c.46782C>A p.Tyr15594Xnonsense 1Likely Pathogenic (1)0.000000
36. c.88727delC p.Thr29576LysfsTer36frameshift 1VUS (1)0.000008
37. c.76822del p.Leu25608*frameshift 1VUS (1)0.000000
38. c.89787del p.Val29930Cysfs*36frameshift 1VUS (1)0.000000
39. c.63025C>T p.R21009Xnonsense 1VUS (1)0.000000
40. c.12358C>T p.Q4120Xnonsense 1VUS (1)0.000008
41. c.3034C>T p.Arg1012Xnonsense 1Likely Pathogenic (1)0.000000
42. c.67952_67955dup p.Lys22652Asnfs*4frameshift 1VUS (1)0.000000
43. c.24019C>T p.R8007Xnonsense 1VUS (1)0.000000
44. c.51444del p.Asp17149Ilefs*4frameshift 1VUS (1)0.000000
45. c.46069_46070delAT p.Met15357ValfsX4frameshift 1Likely Pathogenic (1)0.000000
46. c.12587C>A p.S4196Xnonsense 1VUS favour pathogenic (1)0.000016
47. c.73845delA p.Glu24615AspfsX9frameshift 1Likely Pathogenic (1)0.000000
48. c.56572C>T p.R18858Xnonsense 1VUS (1)0.000027
49. c.82470G>A p.W27490Xnonsense 1VUS (1)0.000000
50. c.35083G>T p.E11695Xnonsense 1VUS (1)0.000000
51. c.85713G>A p.W28571Xnonsense 1VUS (1)0.000000
52. c.60643_60644del p.Arg20215Glufs*13frameshift 1VUS (1)0.000000
53. c.70563dup p.Glu23522Argfs*10frameshift 1VUS (1)0.000000
54. c.102949C>T p.Gln34317Xnonsense 1Likely Pathogenic (1)0.000000
55. c.13900G>T p.E4634Xnonsense 1VUS (1)0.000000
56. c.46925_46928del p.Lys15642Metfs*10frameshift 1VUS (1)0.000000
57. c.44364delC p.Tyr14789ThrfsX15frameshift 1Likely Pathogenic (1)0.000000
58. c.90587delA p.Lys30196ArgfsX94frameshift 1Likely Pathogenic (1)0.000000
59. c.98504_98505del p.Arg32835Thrfs*5frameshift 1VUS (1)0.000000
60. c.64453C>T p.R21485Xnonsense 1VUS (1)0.000025
61. c.100825C>T p.R33609Xnonsense 1VUS (1)0.000000
62. c.75633_75636dup p.Val25213Cysfs*25frameshift 1VUS (1)0.000000
63. c.86229delinsAA p.Ile28744Asnfs*12frameshift 1VUS (1)0.000000
64. c.62722C>T p.R20908Xnonsense 1VUS (1)0.000000

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