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A child with impaired fasting glucose was found to be heterozygous for a novel variant at c.659G>A in GCK and a variant at c.1663C>T in HNF1A. Structural modeling and clinical correlation suggests that the GCK variant causes monogenic diabetes while the variant in HNF1A is unlikely to be pathogenic.
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