Further Reading

Acosta PB (1996) Nutrition studies in treated infants and children with phenylketonuria: vitamins, minerals, and trace elements. European Journal of Pediatrics 155(supplement 1): S136-139. Acosta PB, Matalon K, Castiglioni L et al. (2001) Intake of major nutrients by women in the maternal PKU (MPKU) study and effects on plasma phenylalanine concentrations. American Journal of Clinical Nutrition 73: 792-796. Al-Qadreh A, Schulpis K, and Athanasopoulou H (1998) Bone mineral status in children with phenylketonuria under treatment. Acta Pediatrica 87(11): 1162-1166. Giovanni M, Biasucci G, Agostini C et al. (1995) Lipid status and fatty acid metabolism in phenylketonuria. Journal of Inherited Metabolic Diseases 18: 265-272. Koch R, Fishler K, Azen C, Guldberg P, and Guttler F (1997) The relationship of genotype to phenotype in phenylalanine hydro-xylase deficiency. Biochemistry and Molecular Medicine 60(2): 92-101.

Koch R, Hanley W, Levy H et al. (2003) The Maternal Phenylketonuria International Study: 1984-2002. Pediatrics 112(6 part 2): 1523-1529. NIH Consensus Development Conference Statement (2001) Phe-nylketonuria, screening and management. Pediatrics 108(4): 972-982.

Perez-Duenas P, Cambra F, and Vilaseca M (2002) New approach to osteopenia in phenylketonuric patients. Acta Pediatrica 91(8): 899-904. Przyrembel H and Bremer H (2000) Nutrition, physical growth, and bone density in treated phenylketonuria. European Journal of Pediatrics 159(supplement 2): S129-S135.

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