Autosomal recessive disease of lysosomal hydrolase trafficking. Unlike the related diseases, mucolipidosis II and IIIA, the enzyme affected in mucolipidosis IIIC (GlcNAc-phosphotransferase) retains full transferase activity on synthetic substrates but lacks activity on lysosomal hydrolases. Typical clinical findings include stiffness of the hands and shoulders, claw-hand deformity, scoliosis, short stature, coarse facies, and mild mental retardation. Radiographically, severe dysostosis multiplex of the hip is characteristic and frequently disabling. The clinical diagnosis can be confirmed by finding elevated serum lysosomal enzyme levels and/or decreased lysosomal enzyme levels in cultured fibroblasts.

Name Development Level Target Family
Name Description
TCRDv4.6.9
UniProt Disease