Incontinentia-Pigmenti-Information-Page

Incontinentia Pigmenti Information Page


What research is being done?

Researchers have begun to use genetic linkage studies to map the location of genes associated with the neurocutaneous disorders. Research supported by the NINDS includes studies to understand how the brain and nervous system normally develop and function and how they are affected by genetic mutations. These studies contribute to a greater understanding of gene-linked disorders such as IP, and have the potential to open promising new avenues of treatment.

Information from the National Library of Medicine’s MedlinePlus
Incontinentia Pigmenti

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What research is being done?

Researchers have begun to use genetic linkage studies to map the location of genes associated with the neurocutaneous disorders. Research supported by the NINDS includes studies to understand how the brain and nervous system normally develop and function and how they are affected by genetic mutations. These studies contribute to a greater understanding of gene-linked disorders such as IP, and have the potential to open promising new avenues of treatment.

Information from the National Library of Medicine’s MedlinePlus
Incontinentia Pigmenti

Researchers have begun to use genetic linkage studies to map the location of genes associated with the neurocutaneous disorders. Research supported by the NINDS includes studies to understand how the brain and nervous system normally develop and function and how they are affected by genetic mutations. These studies contribute to a greater understanding of gene-linked disorders such as IP, and have the potential to open promising new avenues of treatment.

Information from the National Library of Medicine’s MedlinePlus
Incontinentia Pigmenti


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National Institutes of Health, DHHS
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