Gene Symbol:
F9
HGNC:3551
Locus Group:
protein-coding gene
Locus Type:
gene with protein product
Location:
Xq27.1
Filters:

Definitive classifications

Strong classifications

hemophilia B
Submitted as: OMIM:306900
XL
12/23/2021
Evaluated
02/03/2022
Submitted

Supportive classifications

severe hemophilia B
Submitted as: Orphanet:169793
XL
09/14/2021
Evaluated
09/14/2021
Submitted
moderately severe hemophilia B
Submitted as: Orphanet:169796
XL
09/14/2021
Evaluated
09/14/2021
Submitted
mild hemophilia B
Submitted as: Orphanet:169799
XL
09/14/2021
Evaluated
09/14/2021
Submitted
symptomatic form of hemophilia B in female carriers
Submitted as: Orphanet:177929
XL
09/14/2021
Evaluated
09/14/2021
Submitted

Limited classifications

thrombophilia, X-linked, due to factor 9 defect
XL
06/24/2020
Evaluated
08/16/2021
Submitted

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