The c.-14C>T variant almost always results in type V OI. No more patients with this variant will be added to the database unless the resulting OI type is other than type V.
LOVD - Variant listings for IFITM5

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Patient data (#0003540)
Patient ID Case 9
Disease OI
Reference Chandler et al., 2018
Template DNA
Technique CNEP, PCR, SEQ
Remarks -
Ethnic origin -

Variant data
Allele Unknown
Reported pathogenicity Pathogenic
Concluded pathogenicity Pathogenic
Exon 1
DNA change c.119C>T   (View in UCSC Genome Browser, Ensembl)
dbSNP -
Type Substitution
Mutation effect Missense
Protein p.(Ser40Leu)
RNA change -
Re-site -
DB-ID IFITM5_00002

1 entry in IFITM5

Path.
Allele Descending
Ascending
Exon Descending
Ascending
DNA change Descending
Ascending
dbSNP Descending
Ascending
Type Descending
Ascending
Mutation effect Descending
Ascending
Protein Descending
Ascending
RNA change Descending
Ascending
Re-site Descending
Ascending
DB-ID Descending
Ascending
+/+ Unknown 1 c.119C>T - Substitution Missense p.(Ser40Leu) - - IFITM5_00002