Details Of Published TSH Receptor Mutation
Phe 631 Ilec.1891T>A
Constitutively Activating TSH Receptor Mutation
based on 4 hot nodules investigated by Sancak et al. 2011 and Stephenson et al. 2020
Cell Surface Expression
8.6 ± 0.7
cAMP (basal): basal in vitro cAMP production of mutant over wild-type TSHR
cAMP (TSH): maximal in vitro cAMP production of mutant over wild-type TSHR
IP (basal): basal in vitro IP production of mutant over wild-type TSHR
IP (TSH): maximal in vitro IP production of mutant over wild-type TSHR
TSH-binding: maximal TSH-binding compared to the wild-type TSHR
Cell surface expression: cell surface expression of mutant compared to WT-TSHR
LRA: linear regression analysis (LRA) of constitutive activity as a function of TSHR expression determined by 125I-bTSH binding or FACS analysis compared to the wild-type TSHR
Prevalence: Prevalence of (somatic and germline) activating mutations*
Ref: Reference for functional characterization
Child: Found in children.
Sancak et al.
Horm Metab Res. 43:562-8
High Prevalence of TSHR/Gsalpha Mutation-negative Clonal Hot Thyroid Nodules (HNs) in a Turkish Cohort
Nishihara et al.
Endocr J. 56:791-8
Prevalence of TSH receptor and Gsalpha mutations in 45 autonomously functioning thyroid nodules in Japan.
Jäschke et al.
Clin Endocrinol (Oxf) 73:815-20
Lack of in vitro constitutive activity for four previously reported TSH receptor mutations identified in patients with nonautoimmune hyperthyroidism and hot thyroid carcinomas
Stephenson et al.
Sensitive Sequencing Analysis Suggests Thyrotropin Receptor and Guanine Nucleotide-Binding Protein G Subunit Alpha as Sole Driver Mutations in Hot Thyroid Nodules