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TRAPPC11-CDG muscular dystrophy: Review of 54 cases including a novel patient

The trafficking protein particle (TRAPP) complex is a multisubunit protein complex that functions as a tethering factor involved in intracellular trafficking. TRAPPC11, a crucial subunit of this complex, is associated with pathogenic variants that cause a spectrum of disease, which can range from a limb girdle muscular dystrophy (LGMD) to developmental disability with muscle disease, movement disorder and global developmental delay (GDD)/intellectual disability (ID), or even a congenital muscular dystrophy (CMD). We reviewed the phenotype of all reported individuals with TRAPPC11-opathies, including an additional Mexican patient with novel compound heterozygous missense variants in TRAPPC11 (c.751 T > C and c.1058C > G), restricted to the Latino population.