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Previous studies claim that mutations in MYH7 bring about an earlier onset of overt hypertrophic cardiomyopathy than perform MYBPC3 mutations. The identification of increased myocardial collagen synthesis in mutation carriers without remaining ventricular hypertrophy, as with diastolic dysfunction in this population,5-7 demonstrates sarcomere-gene mutations have a considerable influence on the heart before the onset of hypertrophy. The recognition of a profibrotic myocardial milieu in mutation carriers without left ventricular hypertrophy has intriguing clinical implications. Increased serologic markers of collagen synthesis may recognize persons at risk for arrhythmias, sudden death, or center failure. If so, monitoring degrees of these markers may guide new strategies to attenuate disease development or adverse outcomes in hypertrophic cardiomyopathy.