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Lysine malabsorption syndrome: a new type of transport defect.
Oral loading test of amino acids revealed an imparied absorption of lysine and normal absorption of arginine, ornithine, and cystine in the intestine, which indicates a specific defect in transport ofLysine inThe intestine as well as in the renal tubule.
Myasthenic crisis in the puerperium: the possible importance of α‐fetoprotein. Case report
Emergency admission, intravenous injection of edrophonium chloride (2 mg) greatly improved ptosis and muscular weakness of the neck and extremities and the mother remained clinically normal for 4 days after delivery, but on day 5 she was tired and had difficulty lifting her arms.