Mutations Position Table

PSEN1 L166 Mutations

Mutation Clinical
Phenotype
Pathogenicity Neuropathology Biological Effect Genomic Position Genomic Region Mutation Type
Codon Change
Research
Models
Primary
Papers
L166del
Alzheimer's Disease Alzheimer's Disease : Pathogenic

Unknown; MRI showed generalized, symmetrical cerebral atrophy, which was most prominent in the medial temporal lobes.

Unknown.

rs63751458
Coding
Exon 6
Deletion
CTT to ---
0 Knight et al., 2007
L166H
Alzheimer's Disease Alzheimer's Disease : Pathogenic

Unknown; MRI showed marked hippocampal atrophy and cortical atrophy, especially in the insula and the peri-insular temporal lobe. SPECT imaging showed bilateral hypometabolism in the parietal and frontal lobes.

Unknown.

rs63750265
Coding
Exon 6
Point, Missense
CTT to CAT
0 Pantieri et al., 2005
L166P
Alzheimer's Disease, Spastic Paraparesis Alzheimer's Disease : Pathogenic

Numerous Aβ-positive neuritic and cotton-wool plaques throughout the cerebral cortex; Abundant Aβ-positive amyloid cores in the cerebellar cortex.

Increased Aβ42/Aβ ratio; Reduced cleavage of Notch and N-cadherin.

rs63750265
Coding
Exon 6
Point, Missense
CTT to CCT
1 Moehlmann et al., 2002
L166R
Alzheimer's Disease Alzheimer's Disease : Pathogenic

Unknown; MRI in the proband showed cortical atrophy; PET showed parietal hypoperfusion.

Unknown.

rs63750265
Coding
Exon 6
Point, Missense
CTT to CGT
0 Ezquerra et al., 2000
L166V
Alzheimer's Disease Alzheimer's Disease : Pathogenic

SPECT imaging performed four years after symptom onset showed temporoparietal hypoperfusion. Postmortem evaluation revealed neuropathology consistent with AD, including advanced plaques and tangles (CERAD C, Braak stage VI).

Unknown; predicted possibly damaging in silico.


Coding
Exon 6
Point, Missense
CTT to GTT
0 Sassi et al., 2014

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