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glycogenosis


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glycogenosis

glycogenosis

glycogenosis

glycogenosis

693 Increased aortic stiffness in glycogenosis type 2 (Pompe's disease)

Generation of a novel mouse model that recapitulates early and adult onset glycogenosis type IV

Modulation of glycogen synthesis by RNA interference: towards a new therapeutic approach for glycogenosis type II

Liver Glycogenosis Due to Phosphorylase Kinase Deficiency: PHKG2 Gene Structure and Mutations Associated with Cirrhosis

A Model of mRNA Splicing in Adult Lysosomal Storage Disease (Glycogenosis Type II)

Muscle as a putative producer of acid α-glucosidase for glycogenosis type II gene therapy

SP030FANCONI-BICKEL SYNDROME (GLYCOGENOSIS XI) A NEW POTENTIAL THERAPEUTIC APPROACH

High prevalence of arrhythmic and myocardial complications in patients with cardiac glycogenosis due to PRKAG2 mutations

Autosomal Glycogenosis of Liver and Muscle Due to Phosphorylase Kinase Deficiency is Caused by Mutations in the Phosphorylase Kinase β Subunit (PHKB)

High prevalence of arrhythmic and myocardial complications in patients with cardiac glycogenosis due to PRKAG2 mutations: Authors’ reply

High prevalence of arrhythmic and myocardial complications in patients with cardiac glycogenosis due to PRKAG2 mutations: comment

X-Linked Liver Glycogenosis Type II (XLg II) Is Caused by Mutations in PHKA2, the Gene Encoding the Liver α Subunit of Phosphorylase Kinase

Mutation Hotspots in the PHKA2 G Gene in X-Linked Liver Glycogenosis Due to Phosphorylase Kinase Deficienc with Atypical Activity in Blood Cells (XLG2)

 

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Glycogen storage disease (q.v.).

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