Larsen syndrome is inherited in an autosomal dominant manner and is caused by mutations in the FLNB gene.
Mutations in FLNB gene (3p14.3) are both AD and AR and include the following: AO1, AO3, Larsen syndrome, spondylocarpotarsal syndrome, Piepkorn, and boomerang dysplasias
What genes are related to Larsen syndrome? Mutations in the FLNB gene cause Larsen syndrome. The FLNB gene provides instructions for making a protein called filamin B.