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Summary

Autosomal dominant deafness-41 (DFNA41) is characterized by onset of progressive sensorineural hearing loss usually in the second decade. The hearing loss is severe and ultimately affects all frequencies. Exposure to noise exacerbates the hearing loss, particularly at high frequencies (summary by Yan et al., 2013). [from OMIM]

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  • Also known as: DFNA41, P2X2, P2RX2
    Summary: purinergic receptor P2X 2

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