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Genetische Stoffwechselstörungen von neuropathologischer Bedeutung

  • N. Breitbach-Faller
  • K. Harzer

Zusammenfassung

Beim Titel dieses Beitrags war mit der Schwierigkeit zu kämpfen, dass durch Genstörungen hervorgerufene pathologische Befunde am Nervensystem zu einem umfangreichen Gebiet von epidemiologisch durchaus zu Buche schlagenden Krankheitsbildern gehören (Peiffer 1982, 1984; Friede 1989; Jänisch et al. 1990), bei denen folgende Frage zunächst offen bleibt: Sind die Krankheiten eigentlich nicht fast alle aufgrund einer Insuffizienz oder schädlichen Wirkung eines qualitativ oder quantitativ veränderten Genprodukts (Funktionsproteins) als Stoffwechselkrankheiten anzusehen?

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