Fondation 101 Génomes, Fonds 101 Génomes & Projet 101 Génomes Marfans


Fondation 101 Génomes (F101G) The Fondation 101 Génomes was created in November 2017 by the parents of a little boy with a rare disease. The aim of F101G is to promote research by providing scientists with a cross-referenced database containing genomic and phenotypic data of patients with rare diseases.

December 12, 2017

At the origin


Our son Aurélien, born in 2015, is suffering from a spontaneous form of Marfan syndrome diagnosed during his first year of life. Marfan syndrome is the result of connective tissue damage[1] caused by a deleterious mutation of the FBN1 gene on chromosome 15, which results in the fibrillin protein encoded by the FBN1 gene being deleted from the body's immune system.

September 3, 2015