Biomedical Science & Research Journals | Assessment Genetic Mutations in gene TYMP in indicate Mitochondrial Neuro-Gastro-Intestinal Encephalopathy Syndrome

MNGIE syndrome is a genetic disorder that affects several parts of the body, in particular the digestive system and the nervous system. Almost all people with MNGIE syndrome have gastrointestinal disorder in which gastrointestinal muscles and nerves do not move food efficiently. MNGIE syndrome is caused by the mutation of the TYMP gene, which is based on the long arm of chromosome 22, based on 22q13.33.

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