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Perspectives

Perspectives
  • Endocrinology and metabolism
  • Phenylketonuria (PKU)

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Article

Topical interviews with PKU experts. New in this issue:

  • Perspective interview: Harvey Levy, Prof Harvey L Levy, clinical biochemical geneticist and researcher, of Harvard Medical School, Boston (USA) shares his passion for the development of newborn screening along with his hopes for the future and his concerns over the possible pitfalls of genomic screening.

  • Perspective interview: Nicola Longo, Prof Nicola Longo, clinical geneticist and researcher, of the University of Utah, Salt Lake City (USA) discusses the possible benefits and limitations of pegylated phenylalanine ammonia lyase as a potential treatment for PKU and the challenge of assessing executive function in adults.

  • Perspective interview: Aurora Martinez, Prof Aurora Martinez, biochemical researcher, of the University of Bergen, Bergen (Norway) updates us on the search for the ‘ideal’ chaperone for the phenylalanine hydroxylase enzyme.

 

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Paediatricians, Dietitians, nutritionists, Scientists, Healthcare professionals
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Endocrinology and metabolism