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    • The natural history of classic galactosemia: lessons from the GalNet registry 

      Rubio-Gozalbo, M. E.; Haskovic, M.; Bosch, A. M.; Burnyte, B.; Coelho, A. I.; Cassiman, D.; Couce Pico, María de la Luz; Dawson, C.; Demirbas, D.; Derks, T.; Eyskens, F.; Forga, M. T.; Grunewald, S.; Häberle, J.; Hochuli, M.; Hubert, A.; Huidekoper, H. H.; Janeiro, P.; Kotzka, J.; Knerr, I.; Labrune, P.; Landau, Y. E.; Langendonk, J. G.; Möslinger, D.; Müller-Wieland, D.; Murphy, E.; Õunap, K.; Ramadza, D.; Rivera, I. A.; Scholl-Buergi, S.; Stepien, K. M.; Thijs, A.; Tran, C.; Vara, R.; Visser, G.; Vos, R.; de Vries, M.; Waisbren, S. E.; Welsink-Karssies, M. M.; Wortmann, S. B.; Gautschi, M.; Treacy, E. P.; Berry, G. T. (BMC, 2019)
      Background: Classic galactosemia is a rare inborn error of carbohydrate metabolism, caused by a severe deficiency of the enzyme galactose-1-phosphate uridylyltransferase (GALT). A galactose-restricted diet has proven to ...





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