In a collaborative study, we investigated four 46,XX adolescent girls with Mayer-Rokitansky-Küster-Hauser syndrome and hyperandrogenism. Molecular analysis of the WNT4 gene permitted us to identify a new mutation (p.A233T). Functional studies revealed partial repression of steroidogenic enzymes (normal repression of HSD3B2) contrasting with the abnormal reexpression of CYP17A1 enzyme in the OVCAR3 cell line. This fourth new WNT4 mutation confirms that this signaling molecule is involved in mullerian development and androgen biosynthesis repression in the ovary. Interestingly, this mutant partially lacks the capability to repress ovarian steroidogenic enzymes, with abnormal expression of 17α- hydroxylase.