DFNBDeafness, Neurosensory, Autosomal Recessive
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IR, NMR and mass data gives useful information on the structure of DFAB, DFNB, Schiff-base ligand (L) and its metal complexes.
The vibration bands that appeared in the IR spectrum of DFNB at 1342 and 1518 cm-1 are assigned to symmetric and asymmetric stretching vibrations of the NO2 groups in the molecule, respectively.
Within the database, modes of transmission are classified as DFN for X-linked and mitochondrial, DFNA for autosomal dominant (AD), and DFNB for autosomal recessive (AR).