Other well-defined immunodeficiency syndromes [DS:H00107] Primary immunodeficiency disease [DS:H01725]
Hyper-IgE syndrome (HIES) is a complex primary immunodeficiency characterized by atopic dermatitis associated with extremely high serum IgE levels and susceptibility to infections with extracellular bacteria. Most cases of HIES are sporadic although can be inherited as autosomal dominant and autosomal recessive traits. One of the involved genes in pathogenesis of HIES is STAT3 that causes autosomal dominant type. In most sporadic and autosomal dominant cases, the HIES is part of a multisystem disorder including abnormalities of the soft tissue, skeletal, and dental systems. In contrast, those with autosomal recessive-HIES have severe molluscum contagiosum and viral infections and may develop severe neurological complications. Recently, It has been reported that mutations in DOCK8, TYK2, and PGM3 cause autosomal recessive HIES.
Immune system disease
Human diseases [BR:br08402]
Immune system diseases
H01968 Hyper-IgE syndrome
Human diseases in ICD-11 classification [BR:br08403]
04 Diseases of the immune system
4A01 Primary immunodeficiencies due to disorders of adaptive immunity
H01968 Hyper-IgE syndrome
Beziat V, Li J, Lin JX, Ma CS, Li P, Bousfiha A, Pellier I, Zoghi S, Baris S, Keles S, Gray P, Du N, Wang Y, Zerbib Y, Levy R, Leclercq T, About F, Lim AI, Rao G, Payne K, Pelham SJ, Avery DT, Deenick EK, Pillay B, Chou J, Guery R, Belkadi A, Guerin A, Migaud M, Rattina V, Ailal F, Benhsaien I, Bouaziz M, Habib T, Chaussabel D, Marr N, El-Benna J, Grimbacher B, Wargon O, Bustamante J, Boisson B, Muller-Fleckenstein I, Fleckenstein B, Chandesris MO, Titeux M, Fraitag S, Alyanakian MA, Leruez-Ville M, Picard C, Meyts I, Di Santo JP, Hovnanian A, Somer A, Ozen A, Rezaei N, Chatila TA, Abel L, Leonard WJ, Tangye SG, Puel A, Casanova JL
A recessive form of hyper-IgE syndrome by disruption of ZNF341-dependent STAT3 transcription and activity.
Schwerd T, Twigg SRF, Aschenbrenner D, Manrique S, Miller KA, Taylor IB, Capitani M, McGowan SJ, Sweeney E, Weber A, Chen L, Bowness P, Riordan A, Cant A, Freeman AF, Milner JD, Holland SM, Frede N, Muller M, Schmidt-Arras D, Grimbacher B, Wall SA, Jones EY, Wilkie AOM, Uhlig HH
A biallelic mutation in IL6ST encoding the GP130 co-receptor causes immunodeficiency and craniosynostosis.
Spencer S, Kostel Bal S, Egner W, Lango Allen H, Raza SI, Ma CA, Gurel M, Zhang Y, Sun G, Sabroe RA, Greene D, Rae W, Shahin T, Kania K, Ardy RC, Thian M, Staples E, Pecchia-Bekkum A, Worrall WPM, Stephens J, Brown M, Tuna S, York M, Shackley F, Kerrin D, Sargur R, Condliffe A, Tipu HN, Kuehn HS, Rosenzweig SD, Turro E, Tavare S, Thrasher AJ, Jodrell DI, Smith KGC, Boztug K, Milner JD, Thaventhiran JED
Loss of the interleukin-6 receptor causes immunodeficiency, atopy, and abnormal inflammatory responses.