The Glycogen Storage Diseases

@inproceedings{Fernandes1990TheGS,
  title={The Glycogen Storage Diseases},
  author={Jolene Fernandes},
  year={1990}
}
Several inherited enzyme defects interfere with the degradation of glycogen and raise the glycogen content of the organ in which the enzyme is localized. Not only the site of the defective enzyme in the glycogenolytic pathway, but also its localization in various organs determines the symptomatology of the ensuing glycogen storage disease. For practical reasons the localization of the main organ pathology is used to divide the glycogen storage diseases into two groups: the liver and the muscle… CONTINUE READING

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