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Trace elements nutriture in hyperphenylalaninemic patients

Long-term follow up study

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Abbreviations

PKU:

phenylketonuria

Phe:

phenylalanine

TE:

trace elements

IDC:

index of dietary control

RDA:

recommended dietary allowances

SADDI:

safe and adequate daily dietary intake

HPA:

hyperphenylalaninemia

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Longhi, R., Rottoli, A., Vittorelli, A. et al. Trace elements nutriture in hyperphenylalaninemic patients. Eur J Pediatr 146, A32–A37 (1987). https://doi.org/10.1007/BF00442054

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Key words

  • Trace elements
  • Phenylketonuria
  • Artificial diets