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William Leo Nyhan - bibliography

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Biography

American paediatrician, born March 13, 1926.

Bibliography

  • William L. Nyhan, editor:
    Heritable disorders of amino acid metabolism: patterns of clinical expression and genetic variation. New York, John Wiley & Sons, 1974.
  • William Leo Nyhan, editor:
    Abnormalities in Amino Acid Metabolism in Clinical Medicine.
    Norwalk : Appleton-Century-Crofts, 1984.
  • William L. Nyhan, Nadia A. Sakati:
    Diagnostic Recognition of Genetic Disease. Philadelphia: Lea and Febiger, 1987.
  • R. L. Hamilton, R. H. Haas, W. L. Nyhan, H. C. Powell, M. R. Grafe:
    Neuropathology of propionic acidemia: a report of two patients with basal ganglia lesions.
    Journal of Child Neurology, January 1995, 10 (1): 25-30.
  • W. L. Nyhan, J. J. Gargus, K. Boyle, R. Selby, R. Koch:
    Progressive neurologic disability in methylmalonic acidemia despite transplantation of the liver. European Journal of Pediatrics, July 2002, 161 (7): 377-379.
  • W. L. Nyhan:
    Disorders of purine and pyrimidine metabolism.
    Molecular Genetics and Metabolism, Orlando. Florida, 2005, 86: 25-33.
    I this article the connections between levels of uric acid in blood of patients with Lesch-Nyhan syndrome are linked to clinical symptoms. Biographical:
  • Peter Beighton & Gretha Beighton:
    The Man Behind the Syndrome.
    Springer Verlag, Berlin-Heidelberg-New York-Tokyo, 1986: 221.

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