Methylmalonic aciduria: Follow-up and enzymology on the original case after 36 years

@article{Bain2005MethylmalonicAF,
  title={Methylmalonic aciduria: Follow-up and enzymology on the original case after 36 years},
  author={Matthew D. Bain and Janice A. Till and Michael G. Jones and Guy T. N. Besley and Ponghyung Lee and David Fernandes de Oliveira and Ronald A. Chalmers},
  journal={Journal of Inherited Metabolic Disease},
  year={2005},
  volume={28},
  pages={1179-1180}
}
SummaryA 36-year follow-up on the original patient described with methylmalonic aciduria has shown that she has methylmalonyl-CoA apomutase deficiency. The main clinical problem associated with her methylmalonic aciduria is progressive renal impairment requiring commencement of haemodialysis at 42 years of age. 
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