July 17, 2023

We are now AGO Alliance

Our association represents Argonaute genes beyond AGO2, and our families have voted for their new favorite name!

At the Argonaute Syndromes conference in fall 2022 we learned that mutations in the AGO1 and AGO2 genes lead to similar, if not the same, syndromes.

Our lead researchers and advisory board members Prof. Piton and Prof. Lessel have already teamed up to push forward the understanding of the syndromes.

Natural History Study

Likewise, we decided to broaden the scope of our patient group and collaborate with AGO1 families. We are excited to unite as one community, to have double the number of patients & families we can learn from, and to be stronger together!