Lothar Bereuter

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The fatal neonatal form of type IV glycogen storage disease (GSD IV) was diagnosed on light and electron microscopy and by analysis of GBE1 , the gene encoding glycogen branching enzyme. We report two novel truncating mutations, as well as the first genomic mutational analysis of GBE1 using denaturing high performance liquid chromatography.
Active electronic implants are powered by primary batteries, which induces the necessity of implant replacement after battery depletion. This causes repeated interventions in a patients’ life, which bears the risk of complications and is costly. By using energy harvesting devices to power the implant, device replacements may be avoided and the device size(More)
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