Samira Achouitar

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Congenital disorders of glycosylation (CDG) are a group of clinically heterogeneous inborn errors of metabolism. At present, treatment is available for only one CDG, but potential treatments for the other CDG are on the horizon. It will be vitally important in clinical trials of such agents to have a clear understanding of both the natural history of CDG(More)
We found that the missense mutation p.Pro1205Leu in the PHKA2 gene is a common cause of hepatic phosphorylase-kinase deficiency in Dutch patients, suggesting a founder-effect. Most patients presented with isolated growth delay and diarrhea, prior to the occurrence of hepatomegaly, delaying diagnosis. Tetraglucoside excretion correlated with disease severity(More)
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