Generation of two isogenic induced pluripotent stem cell lines from a 1-month-old nemaline myopathy patient harbouring a homozygous recessive c.121C > T (p.Arg39Ter) variant in the ACTA1 gene

Summary

Nemaline myopathy (NM) is a congenital skeletal muscle disorder that typically results in muscle weakness and the presence of rod-like structures (nemaline bodies) in the sarcoplasma and/or in the nuclei of myofibres. Two induced pluripotent stem cell (iPSC) lines were generated from the lymphoblastoid cells of a 1-month-old male with severe NM caused by a homozygous recessive mutation in the ACTA1 gene (c.121C > T, p.Arg39Ter). The iPSC lines demonstrated typical morphology, expressed pluripotency markers, exhibited trilineage differentiation potential and displayed a normal karyotype. These isogenic lines represent a potential resource to investigate and model recessive ACTA1 disease in a human context. Copyright © 2022 The Authors. Published by Elsevier B.V. All rights reserved.

Authors Suleski IS, Smith R, Vo C, Scriba CK, Saker S, Larmonier T, Malfatti E, Romero NB, Houweling PJ, Nowak KJ, Laing NG, Taylor RL, Clayton JS
Journal Stem cell research
Publication Date 2022 Jun 6;63:102830
PubMed 35728440
DOI 10.1016/j.scr.2022.102830

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