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Figure 1: (A) Gel electrophoresis: Set of 13 exons[6] of Dystrophin gene, from left lane: control sample; BMD patient-1 showing deletions of exons 52(113bp), 46(148bp), 47(181bp), 53(212bp), 50(271bp), 49(439bp) (arrows); BMD patient-2 showing deletions (arrows) of exons 46(148bp), 47(181bp) and 49(439bp). (B) Set of 9 exons[7] of Dystrophin gene; from left: control sample; BMD patient-1 showing deletions (arrows) of exons 52(388bp), 48(506bp) and 45(547bp). (C) Set of 10 exons of Dystrophin gene; from left lane: control sample; BMD patient-1 and 2 showing no deletion in the 10 exon set

Figure 1: (A) Gel electrophoresis: Set of 13 exons[6] of Dystrophin gene, from left lane: control sample; BMD patient-1 showing deletions of exons 52(113bp), 46(148bp), 47(181bp), 53(212bp), 50(271bp), 49(439bp) (arrows); BMD patient-2 showing deletions (arrows) of exons 46(148bp), 47(181bp) and 49(439bp). (B) Set of 9 exons[7] of Dystrophin gene; from left: control sample; BMD patient-1 showing deletions (arrows) of exons 52(388bp), 48(506bp) and 45(547bp). (C) Set of 10 exons of Dystrophin gene; from left lane: control sample; BMD patient-1 and 2 showing no deletion in the 10 exon set