Severe hyperuricemia in two children with acute gastroenteritis: answers

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We would like to thank post-graduate students Katerina Pavelcova and Jana Bohata (Institute of Rheumatology, First Faculty of Medicine) for their assistance with sequencing analysis.


This work was supported by grants from the Czech Ministry of Health AZV 15-26693 A and the projects for conceptual development of research organization 00023728 (Institute of Rheumatology), RVO VFN64165.

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Doležel, Z., Ješina, P. & Stiburkova, B. Severe hyperuricemia in two children with acute gastroenteritis: answers. Pediatr Nephrol 35, 1431–1435 (2020).

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