Interestingly, gphn is well-known to be involved in several neurological disorders including ASD, SCZ, and epilepsy because it is functionally linked to various synaptic proteins that represent a genetic risk for the development of neurological diseases such as NLs, NRXNs, and collybistin.
Sato et al., "Rare exonic deletions implicate the synaptic organizer gephyrin (GPHN) in risk for autism, schizophrenia and seizures," Human Molecular Genetics, vol.
pannorum target gene fragments used for multiple gene genealogic analyses, New York, USA Amplicon size/ Homology (GenBank sequence used for Gene * accession no.) comparison, bp ALR Penicillium marneffei 654/534 (XP_002152078.1) Bpntase Glomerella graminicola 921/745 (EFQ33509.1) DHC1 Sordaria macrospora 597/418 (CBI53717.1) GPHN
Ajellomyces capsulatus 659/525 (EEH06836.1) PCS A.