CDGIi | definition of CDGIi by Medical dictionary
ALG2 (redirected from CDGIi)
ALG2 A gene on chromosome 9q22.33 that encodes a member of the glycosyltransferase 1 family, which acts as an alpha 1,3 mannosyltransferase.
ALG2 is mutated in congenital disorder of glycosylation type Ii (CDGIi).
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Three conchiolin deposit groups (CDGs) were defined as follows: CDGI (corresponding to beginning of infection stages CDSI and CDS2), CDGII
(intermediate infection stage: CDS3), and CDGII1 (well-developed infection stages: CDS4 to CDS7).
In some patients only slightly abnormal values are found for apoC-III isoforms (as in case CDGII
x * 1 in Table 1).
In addition, we studied 21 different plasma samples from patients with primary CDG [CDGIa, n = 8; CDGIb, n = 1; CDGII
, n = 8; CDGIe, n = 1; CDGIf, n = 1; CDGIIa, n = 1; CDGIId, n = 1].