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hyperleucine–isoleucinaemia


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A disorder in which there are elevated plasma levels of leucine, isoleucine, and proline although valine levels are normal (see hypervalinaemia) suggesting the defect is in a different branched chain aminotransferase. The only reported patients had seizures and mental retardation and failed to thrive.

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