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DMIMD 2020

Watch a series of talks and presentations from the Dietary Management of Inherited Metabolic Disorders Conference 2020.

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Review of Protein Requirements during OTC Pregnancy - Sarah Donald & Lisa Gaff

Meduim Chain Fatty Acid Chain Elongation and its relevance for Fatty Acid Oxidation Disorders - Loek Crefcoeur

Tyrosine and phenylalanine tolerance in Tyrosineamia Type 1 - Anne Daly

Characterizing the molecular architecture of the mitochondrial matrix: implications for inborn errors of metabolism - Dr Jerry Vockley








Genotypic phenotype prediction in PKU - how useful it is? - Prof. Nenad Blau

GMP as nutritional supplement to PKU - what do we know so far? - Dr Kirsten Ahring

Overcoming challenges to adherence in PKU pregnancies - Sarah Adam

PKU: Modern therapies for an old disease - Dr Jerry Vockley



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