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Fig. S1. Mutations in ATP6V1B1 in patients and their relatives. Control sequence shows an unrelated unaffected individual. (a) Sequencing data showed one homozygous ATP6V1B1 missense mutation in exon 3 (c.242T> C, p.Leu81Pro) and a second homozygous variant in exon 6 (c.481G> A, p.Glu161Lys) in index patient family 1. Direct Sequencing of exons 3 and 6 of the ATP6V1B1 gene showed that both parents are heterozygous for the mutation c.242T >C (p.Leu81Pro) in exon 3 and c.481G>A (p.Glu161Lys) in exon 6, respectively. (b) Heterozygous ATP6V1B1 missense mutations in exon 3 (c. 242T>C, p.Leu81Pro) were detected in one sister and the mother of the index patient family 2. The father and another sister showed a heterozygous mutation in exon 10 (c.1037C>G, p.Pro346Arg).

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Fig. S2. Ultrasound examination of the right (a) and left (b) kidney of index patient II. Typical signs of nephrocalcinosis (hyperechoic renal medullary pyramids) are shown by ultrasound.

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Table S1. Biochemical and clinical data of index patients.

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Table S2. Biochemical and clinical data of patients' family members.

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Table S3. Published disease-causing human mutations in ATP6V1B1

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Appendix S1. Methods.

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