The clinical chemome: a tool for the diagnosis and management of chronic disease.

@article{Baynes2004TheCC,
  title={The clinical chemome: a tool for the diagnosis and management of chronic disease.},
  author={John W. Baynes},
  journal={Clinical chemistry},
  year={2004},
  volume={50 7},
  pages={1116-7}
}
Garrod was among the first to recognize the importance of genetics as a determinant of disease. In his Croonian Lecture in 1908, he introduced the term “inborn errors of metabolism”, long before the nature of genes, proteins, and enzymes was understood. Numerous recent articles in Clinical Chemistry have focused on the application of modern mass spectrometry to the analysis of metabolites in plasma or urine for diagnosis of genetic diseases resulting from defects in single enzymes or transport… CONTINUE READING

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