M. H. M. Vaandrager-Verduin

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Cardiomyopathies are often caused by a metabolic defect. Carnitine deficiency and mitochondrial defects in the metabolism of acyl-CoA, including defects in oxidative phosphorylation, start the same(More)
Mitochondria are very vulnerable to genetic and environmental damage. If a patient is suspected of having a mitochondrial disease, elevated blood lactate, lowered blood free carnitine, abnormal(More)
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