8 in the Supplementary Appendix), and increased phosphorylation of Mcl-1 . G6Personal computer3 Mutations in Other Individuals We assessed the rate of recurrence and variety of G6Personal computer3 mutations in a cohort of patients with genetically unclassified severe congenital neutropenia. Of 104 such sufferers, 7 had specific biallelic mutations in G6PC3 . The mutations consist of non-sense mutations that could abolish the function of the proteins if the truncated mRNA was translated. The two other missense mutations were predicted to end up being deleterious to the protein by SIFT22 evaluation, with probabilities to be benign of 0.03 for L185P, 0.00 for G262R, and 0.00 for G260R. None of these additional patients with G6PC3 mutations had mutations in ELA2 or HAX1, with the exception of a monoallelic genetic variant in HAX1 in Individual 10.Remission of diabetes was defined as a fasting plasma glucose degree of less than 100 mg per deciliter and a glycated hemoglobin degree of significantly less than 6.5 percent for at least 1 year without active pharmacologic therapy. This definition is in agreement with the suggestions from a specialist consensus meeting arranged by the American Diabetes Association,18 where partial remission of diabetes was thought as a fasting glucose level of 100 to 125 mg per deciliter and a glycated hemoglobin degree of significantly less than 6.5 percent for at least 1 year without active pharmacologic therapy; complete remission was thought as a fasting glucose level of 100 mg per deciliter and a glycated hemoglobin level of significantly less than 6.0 percent for at least 1 year without dynamic pharmacologic therapy.