Further Reading

Acosta PB and Gross KC (1995) Hidden sources of galactose in the environment. European Journal of Paediatrics 154(sup-plement 2): S87-92.

Berry GT (1995) The role of polyols in the pathophysiology of hypergalactosemia. European Journal of Paediatrics 154(sup-plement 2): S53-64.

Beutler E and Baluda M (1996) Biochemical properties of the human red cell galactose-1-phosphate uridyl transferase (UDP Glucose: alpha-D Galactose-phosphate uridyl transferase) from normal and mutant subjects. Laboratory and Clinical Medicine 67: 947.

Gitzelmann R and Boshard NU (1995) Partial deficiency of galactose-1-phosphate uridyltransferase. European Journal of Paediatrics 154(supplement 2): S40-44.

Jakobs C, Vleijer W, Allen Y, and Holton JB (1995) Prenatal diagnosis of galactosemia. European Journal of Paediatrics 154(supplement 2): S33-36.

Jakobs C, Schweitzer S, and Dorland B (1995) Galactitol in galactosemia. European Journal of Paediatrics 154(supple-ment 2): S50-52.

Kaufman FR, McBride-Chang C, Morris F, Wolf J, and Nelson M (1995) Cognitive functioning, neurologic starters and the brain imaging in galactosemia. European Journal of Paediatrics 154(supplement 2): 2-5.

Liu Y, Vanhooke JL, and Perry PA (1996) UDP-galactose 4-epimerase: NAD+ content and a charge-transfer band associated with the substrate-induced conformational transition. Biochemistry 35(23): 7615-7620.

Ng WG, Xu YK, Kauffman DR, and Donnell GN (1989) Deficit of uridine diphosphate galactose in galactosemia. Journal of Inherited and Metabolic Disease 12: 257-266.

Sagal S (1995) Defective galactosylation in galactosemia; low cell UDP galactose an explanation? European Journal of Paediatrics 154(supplement 2): S65-71.

Segal S (1989) Disorders of galactose metabolism. In: Scriver CR, Beaudet AL, Sly WS, and Vale D (eds.) The Metabolic Basis of Inherited Disease, 6th edn, pp. 453-480. New York: McGraw-Hill.

Segal S (1995) Galactosemia unsolved. European Journal of Paediatrics 154(supplement 2): S97-102.

Schweitzer S (1995) Newborn mass screening of galactosemia. European Journal of Paediatrics 154(supplement 2): S37-39.

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