When refering to this database please cite White SJ, den Dunnen JT (2006). Copy number variation in the genome; the human DMD gene as an example. Cytogenet.Genome Res. 115: 240-246.
An overview of del/dup frequencies per country, not all included in this database, can be found here.
NOTE: for small sequence changes (point mutations) go to the DMD gene variant database.
LOVD DMD_d homepage

General information
Gene name Duchenne Muscular Dystrophy (whole exon changes)
Gene symbol DMD
Chromosome Location Xp21.2
Database location the Leiden Muscular Dystrophy pages
Curator Johan den Dunnen
PubMed references View all (unique) PubMed references in the DMD_d database
Date of creation July 29, 1997
Last update September 14, 2017
Version DMD170914
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Reference sequence file coding DNA reference sequence for describing sequence variants
Genomic refseq ID NG_012232.1
Transcript refseq ID NM_004006.2
Exon/intron information Exon/intron information table
Total number of unique DNA variants reported 1376
Total number of individuals with variant(s) 9675
Total number of variants reported 10002
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NOTE The allelic variants listed here are a collection of those we have found in literature and which were submitted directly to the database. When you notice that we have missed allelic variants or when you detect mistakes, please let us know.

Graphical displays and utilities
Summary tables Summary of all sequence variants in the DMD_d database, sorted by type of variant (with graphical displays and statistics)
Reading-frame checker The Reading-frame checker generates a prediction of the effect of whole-exon changes
UCSC Genome Browser Show variants in the UCSC Genome Browser (compact view)
Ensembl Genome Browser Show variants in the Ensembl Genome Browser (compact view)
NCBI Sequence Viewer Show distribution histogram of variants in the NCBI Sequence Viewer

Sequence variant tables
Unique sequence variants Listing of all unique sequence variants in the DMD_d database, without patient data
Complete sequence variant listing Listing of all sequence variants in the DMD_d database
Variants with no known pathogenicity Listing of all DMD variants reported to have no noticeable phenotypic effect (note: excluding variants of unknown effect)

Search the database
By type of variant View all sequence variants of a certain type
Simple search Query the database by selecting the most important variables (exon number, type of variant, disease phenotype)
Advanced search Query the database by selecting a combination of variables
Based on patient origin View all variants based on your patient origin search terms
Search through hidden entries Find the number of variant entries in the database (including hidden entries) matching your search terms.

Links to other resources
Homepage http://www.LOVD.nl/DMD
HGNC 2928
Entrez Gene 1756
OMIM - Gene 300377
OMIM - Disease #1 Duchenne Muscular Dystrophy (DMD)
OMIM - Disease #2 Becker Muscular Dystrophy (BMD)
GeneCards DMD
GeneTests DMD
External link DMD gene homepage

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