Maroteaux

Ma·ro·teaux

(mah-rō-tō'),
Pierre, 20th-century French medical geneticist. See: Maroteaux-Lamy syndrome.
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Wayne Maroteaux Head of the General Affairs in the Joint Task Force as saying that targeting the checkpoint aims to reduce their ability to restrict the movement of people in areas controlled by Daash.
La mucopolisacaridosis tipo VI o sindrome de Maroteaux Lamy es una enfermedad de deposito lisosomal autosomica recesiva que resulta de una deficiencia de la enzima Arilsulfatasa B.
Metatropic dysplasia (metatropic-changing hypertrophic achondroplasia) was described in 1966 by Maroteaux et al.
Pseudoachondroplasia was first described by Maroteaux and Lamy in 1959.
Algunas de las mucopolisacaridosis como las enfermedades de Morquio, Scheie y Maroteaux Lamy no presentan retardo mental; mientras en otras como Hurler y Sanfilippo y el tipo severo de la enfermedad de Hunter, es un signo caracteristico.
Loshkajian A, Roume J, Stanescu V, Delezoide A, Stamf F, Maroteaux P.
Great Bordeaux vintages are experiencing growing competition, but also a growing market," Patrick Maroteaux, president of the Union of Bordeaux Grands Crus, told the group's annual meeting in early January.
There are various forms of MPS - Hurler, Schele, Hunter, Sanfilippo, Morquio, Maroteaux Many and Sly.
However, its classification as Campomelic nanism was made by Maroteaux et al.
Pycnodyostosis is a rare genetic osteosclerotic disorder first described by Maroteaux and Lamy in 1962.