People with galactosemia, either classic galactosemia or epimerase deficiency galactosemia have genetic mutations that levels levels of the key enzymes responsible for the metabolism of a common form of dietary sugar. Ill-defined right amounts of these proteins are those people are not the sugar the sugar, galactose, half of the calories in the milk. Both disorders can have serious implications. Patients suffering from liver and brain damage, cataracts, and kidney failure. The disease can be fatal. Currently there is no cure and prognosis and treatment remain ill-defined, partly because of the lack of a good animal model that scientists use study disease and develop potential treatments.. The inability to breakdown simple sugars in common foods such as milk to an accumulation of to an accumulation of sugar in the blood, which become toxic and harmful to the various organ systems.
Of animal models.ween flies and humans make a valuable new model for Metabolic DiseaseGalactosemia is a metabolic disorder that is often found in an inherited defect, the proper metabolism of galactose, a sugar found in dairy products, like milk prevents. Exposure of affected people to galactose damage their of their organ systems and can be fatal. The ability to examine the disease by a lack by a lack of animal models. New hints suggests that similarities between humans and flies scientists with useful information.UNAIDS Executive Director of Dr. Peter Piot reported to the the UN Security Council and encourages increased international co term strategies long-term strategies HIV prevention, testing and counseling and HIV inserted therapy on personnel in international peacekeeping missions as well as national uniformed services. UNAIDS now also outlines a report entitled, On the Front Line, the progress in this field publish.
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