Hartnup

Hart·nup

(hart'nŭp),
Surname of British family in which the disease was first described. See: Hartnup disease, Hartnup syndrome.

Hartnup,

surname of the English family first described with this condition.
Hartnup disease - autosomal recessive metabolic disease characterized by skin rash, emotional lability, unsteady gait, and various neurological symptoms. Synonym(s): Hartnup syndrome
Hartnup syndrome - Synonym(s): Hartnup disease
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David Schofield moved into the new-build family home on Hartnup Street in Anfield with his wife Kerry and baby daughter Savannah last March.
David and Kerry bought their home in Hartnup Street from Keepmoat as part of a help to buy scheme and claim they were promised it would "all be smelling of roses" - but the reality turned into a "nightmare".
David Schofield moved into the new-build familyhomeon Hartnup Street in Anfield with his wife Kerry and baby daughter Savannah last March.
Molecular cloning of mouse AA transport system Bo, a neutral AA transporter related to hartnup disorder.
Michelle Hartnup for the Kestrel Fisher , of the United Kingdom both work in the oil trading industry.
Metabolic derangements, such as Hartnup disease or carcinoid syndrome may also lead to pellagra.
Aunque tambien se ha informado la aparicion espontanea de estas asociadas con aterosclerosis , enfermedad de Hartnup (un raro trastorno dermatologico asociado a la mala absorcion de aminoacidos) y algunas desde el nacimiento que se asocian a persistencia de anastomosis vasculares primitivas.
In his new book, Gold Under Bracken, Richard Hartnup looks at Welsh soilscapes and, in this adapted chapter, soils of the ffridd ABOVE the spring lines that have supported settlements for millennia, there is usually a steep hill that is useful for extensive grazing of cattle or sheep.
95) is written and photographed by Richard Hartnup, a retired soil surveyor, who appreciates the countryside and its features through its different types of soil.
Although patients with Hartnup or Tada disease may exhibit a marked hypertryptophanuria, the degree to which tryptophan was increased in this patient's urine excretion suggested a nonphysiological mechanism.
Hartnup disease is an autosomal recessive hereditary disorder characterized by a defect in renal tubular re-absorption and intestinal transport of a group of mono-amine-monocarboxylic amino acids (neutral amino acids) (1,2).