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#1 Posted : Friday, January 12, 2018 9:18:55 AM(UTC)

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I feel silly asking this, because it seems as if I should know! But, still learning about SCN8A and we’re fairly new to this.
I’ve been reading a lot about various cases of people with the SCN8A mutation. I hear a lot about gain of or loss of function. How do I find out if my son’s mutation is gain or loss of function?
thanks 2 users thanked Deb_g4 for this useful post.
ngocanhkiu on 8/23/2018(UTC), Sandra on 8/29/2018(UTC)
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