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Optimal conditions for prolidase assay by proline colorimetric determination: application to iminodipeptiduria.
Prolidase assay was reinvestigated by determining proline, using Chinard's method. Although several authors had previously tested this colorimetric reaction, accurate details regarding enzymeExpand
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Clinical and biochemical phenotype in 11 patients with mevalonic aciduria.
OBJECTIVE Mevalonic aciduria is a consequence of the deficiency of mevalonate kinase, the first enzyme after 3-hydroxy-3-methylglutaryl-coenzyme A reductase in the biosynthesis of cholesterol andExpand
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Parenteral with enteral nutrition in the critically ill
Objective: To determine whether nutrient intake by early enteral nutrition with parenteral nutrition improves levels of retinol-binding protein and prealbumin (primary endpoint) and reduce morbidityExpand
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Prolidase and prolidase deficiency.
Prolidase deficiency seems to be a rather rare metabolic disorder. However, many new cases can be detected because screening is easy to perform and enzymatic confirmation allows the differentiationExpand
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Réactions anaphylactoïdes aux substituts colloïdaux du plasma : incidence, facteurs de risque, mécanismes. Enquête prospective multicentrique française
Resume L'evolution dans les pratiques transfusionnelles conduit a utiliser abondamment les substitus colloidaux du plasma dont la gamme s'est recemment enrichie par la commercialisation des amidons.Expand
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A case of mitochondrial encephalomyopathy associated with a muscle coenzyme Q10 deficiency
We report severe coenzyme Q10 deficiency of muscle in a 4-year-old boy presenting with progressive muscle weakness, seizures, cerebellar syndrome, and a raised cerebro-spinal fluid lactateExpand
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Metabolic intermediates in lactic acidosis: compounds, samples and interpretation
SummaryA number of acquired conditions including infections, severe catabolic states, tissue anoxia, severe dehydration and poisoning can give rise to hyperlactacidaemia. All these causes should beExpand
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The mechanism of yeast autolysis in wine
We propose to establish here the nature of the nitrogenous and glucidic constituants exchanged between the yeast biomass and the medium of autolysis and notably that of the colloids. We shallExpand
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Familial hypermethioninemia partially responsive to dietary restriction.
Hypermethioninemia and absolute methionine intolerance were observed in three siblings. These patients had several peculiar clinical features comprising failure to thrive, mental and motorExpand
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