Medical Definition of Type i h/s mucopolysaccharidosis

1. Although clinically distinct diseases, fibroblasts from patients with Hurler syndrome and with Scheie syndrome do not cross complement in culture, suggesting that the enzyme defect is the same. This entry appears with permission from the Dictionary of Cell and Molecular Biology (11 Mar 2008)



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Lexicographical Neighbors of Type I H/s Mucopolysaccharidosis

type II diabetes
type II dip
type II error
type II errors
type II familial hyperlipoproteinaemia
type II hyperlipoproteinaemia
type II interferon
type II mortality
type II mucopolysaccharidosis
type IS mucopolysaccharidosis
type IV allergic reaction
type IV familial hyperlipoproteinaemia
type IV prepilin peptidase
type I H/S mucopolysaccharidosis
type I acrocephalosyndactyly
type I allergic reaction
type I cells
type I collagen
type I diabetes
type I diabetes mellitus
type I dip
type I error
type I errors
type I familial hyperlipoproteinaemia
type I hyperlipoproteinaemia
type I interferon
type I mortality
type O

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