The nature of the defect in cobalamin G mutation.


Cobalamin G mutation (cblG) typically presents as a severe megaloblastic anemia during the first few weeks of life. The anemia responds completely to treatment with high doses of Cbl but the neurologic manifestations respond more slowly and not always completely. Cultured fibroblasts from two affected infants and virus-transformed lymphoblasts from one of… (More)


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@article{Hall1989TheNO, title={The nature of the defect in cobalamin G mutation.}, author={C. A. Hall and Richard H. Lindenbaum and Edward B. Arenson and Jessica A Begley and R C Chu}, journal={Clinical and investigative medicine. Medecine clinique et experimentale}, year={1989}, volume={12 4}, pages={262-9} }