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Table 3 Characteristics of the patients with autoimmune thyroid diseases and skewed X-chromosome inactivation

From: Analysis of skewed X-chromosome inactivation in females with rheumatoid arthritis and autoimmune thyroid diseases

Patient Birth date Disease onset Pregnancy history Diagnostic Auto antibodies
90+% skewing      
1 1978 22 G1, P1, A0 HT +
2 1933 65 G11, P5, A0 HT +
3 1969 20 G1, P1, A1 HT +
4 1938 60 G3, P3, A0 GD +
5 1943 45 G2, P2, A0 GD +
6 1972 21 G2, P2, A0 HT +
7 1964 36 G2, P2, A0 HT +
8 1924 65 G9, P9, A0 HT +
9 1940 59 G10, P10, A0 HT +
10 1969 28 G4, P4, A0 GD +
11 1979 20 G0, P0, A0 GD -
12 1931 68 G13, P13, A0 HT -
13 1943 59 G1, P1, A0 GD -
14 1946 42 G2, P2, A0 GD -
80 to 89% skewing      
15 1969 23 G2, P2, A0 HT +
16 1950 41 G3, P2, A1 GD +
17 1980 20 G0, P0, A0 HT +
18 1945 54 G4, P3, A0 HT +
19 1962 36 G7, P2, A5 HT +
20 1954 48 G3, P3, A0 GD +
21 1984 20 G0, P0, A0 GD +
22 1952 45 G2, P2, A0 GD -
23 1941 58 G5, P5, A0 HT -
24 1953 39 G2, P2, A0 GD -
25 1947 48 G1, P1, A0 HT -
26 1969 43 G2, P1, A1 GD -
  1. A = spontaneous abortions; G = number of pregnancies; GD = Graves' disease; HT = Hashimoto's thyroiditis; P = para (pregnancies carried to term and delivered).