Tetrahydrobiopterin in Down's syndrome

R.J. Cattell, Vee Prasher, Richard A. Armstrong, J.A. Blair

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Abstract

Tetrahydrobiopterin synthesis is reduced in Down's syndrome as measured by a) a persistently high urine neopterin biopterin ratio during life, b) a reduced urine isoxanthopterin output and c) a delayed P100 visual evoked potential.
Original languageEnglish
Publication statusUnpublished - 1993
Event12th International Winter Workshop on Biochemical and Clinical Aspects of Pteridines - St. Christoph, Arlberg, Austria
Duration: 1 Feb 1993 → …

Workshop

Workshop12th International Winter Workshop on Biochemical and Clinical Aspects of Pteridines
CountryAustria
CitySt. Christoph, Arlberg
Period1/02/93 → …

Bibliographical note

Abstract appearing in Pteridines 4:P95, 0933-4807.

Keywords

  • tetrahydrobiopterin synthesis
  • Down's syndrome
  • urine neopterin biopterin
  • urine isoxanthopterin output
  • delayed P100 visual evoked potential

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