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Elejalde syndrome

Elejalde syndrome
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OMIM eMedicine article/1069594

Elejalde syndrome (also known as "Griscelli syndrome type 1") is a rare autosomal recessive syndrome consisting of moderate pigment dilution, profound primary neurologic defects, no immune defects, and hair with metallic silvery sheen.[1]:866

It is associated with MYO5A.

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