Dietary management of urea cycle disorders: European practice.

@article{Adam2013DietaryMO,
  title={Dietary management of urea cycle disorders: European practice.},
  author={Soheir Adam and Manuela Ferreira Almeida and Murielle Assoun and Julian Baruteau and S M Bernabei and Sarah Bigot and Helena Champion and A Daly and Martine Dassy and Stephen Dawson and Marjorie A Dixon and Kathi Dokoupil and Sandrine Morell Dubois and Caroline Dunlop and Sharon Evans and François Eyskens and Ana Faria and Elisabeth Favre and Carol Ferguson and Carla Gonçalves and Joanna Gribben and M Heddrich-Ellerbrok and Christian Jankowski and R G Janssen-Regelink and C. Jouault and Caroline Laguerre and S. Le Verge and Ralph Link and Sharon Lowry and Karin Luyten and Anita Macdonald and Charl{\'e} Maritz and Stanley W. J. McDowell and Uta Meyer and Andrew F Micciche and Martine Robert and Leeann Robertson and J{\'u}lio C{\'e}sar Rocha and Carmen Rohde and I. Saruggia and E. Sjoqvist and Jean Stafford and Alex Terry and Ruth E Thom and Kristel Vande Kerckhove and Margreet E. van Rijn and A. van Teeffelen-Heithoff and A van Wegberg and Kristen Van Wyk and Carlos Silva Vasconcelos and Henrik Vestergaard and Diana Webster and F J White and Joanne Wildgoose and Heidi Zweers},
  journal={Molecular genetics and metabolism},
  year={2013},
  volume={110 4},
  pages={439-45}
}
BACKGROUND There is no published data comparing dietary management of urea cycle disorders (UCD) in different countries. METHODS Cross-sectional data from 41 European Inherited Metabolic Disorder (IMD) centres (17 UK, 6 France, 5 Germany, 4 Belgium, 4 Portugal, 2 Netherlands, 1 Denmark, 1 Italy, 1 Sweden) was collected by questionnaire describing management of patients with UCD on prescribed protein restricted diets. RESULTS Data for 464 patients: N-acetylglutamate synthase (NAGS… CONTINUE READING