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Human amnion epithelial (hAE) stem cell transplant significantly improves phenotype and survival in a murine model of intermediate maple syrup urine d...
February 24th, 2010. Dr. Brendan Lee discuss the effects of Buphenyl (Sodium Phenylbutyrate) on MSUD patients. buphenol_768K_Stream Dr. Lee is al...
Presented by Kathy Grange, M.D. - Columbia, MO Chromosomes are made of genes and contain DNA. The location of the genes is random, and the MSUD genes...
At the end of May, 2003, Harbhajan S. Paul, Ph.D. contacted our MSUD Family Support Group explaining his research and the possibility of its terminati...
Harbhajan S. Paul, Ph.D. of Biomed Research & Technologies, Inc. has provided a short review and an update on the research project that was reported i...
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Catherine McKeon, Ph.D. Senior Advisor for Genetic Research National Institute of Diabetes and Digestive and Kidney Diseases The National Institutes...
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During the past few months, several critical and positive events have taken place for the MSUD research project. We hope to obtain funding from the N...
Gregg Homanics, PhD University of Pittsburgh Gene therapy offers hope of a cure for MSUD. To study the possibilities of this approach it is necessary...
Paul M. Fernhoff, MD, FAAP, FACMG Medical Director, Emory Medical Genetics During the past several years, new treatments for some metabolic disorders...
  First row: (from left to right) 2 of Dr. Hutson's staff, Mary Kathryn, Joyce, Shayla, Jordan and Dave. Second Row: (from left to right) 1 of her s...
Peter J. Mc Guire, MS, MBBCh George A. Diaz, MD, PhD It’s a part of life. We breathe in oxygen and breathe out carbon dioxide. The oxygen is used t...
Last winter we told you about the importance of antioxidants, and how they may be particularly helpful for those with MSUD. In the past year, several ...
By Dr. William Zinnanti SUNY Downstate Children’s Hospital, Department of Pediatrics Dietary control of branched-chain amino acid (BCAA) intake is ...
A summary of recent publications. Kristen J. Skvorak, Ph.D. University of Pittsburgh, Pediatrics Department kjskvorak@gmail.com Editor's Note: Dr. K...
Brendan Lee, M.D., Ph.D., Professor, Department of Molecular and Human Genetics, Baylor College of Medicine Over the past few years, we have tried to ...
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