Hartnup

Hart·nup

(hart'nŭp),
Surname of British family in which the disease was first described. See: Hartnup disease, Hartnup syndrome.
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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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"They then turned up Breck Road to Breckfield Road, until they came opposite Hartnup Street, down which they went straight into the ground.'' Finally, a Mr H Brown, from Needham Road, Liverpool 7, confirmed Mr Brown's story except to suggest that he thought the mast was carried on timber wheels.
Any situation that would cause a decrease or increase in serotonin and 5-HIAA, such as carcinoid tumor, celiac disease, Whipple disease, cystic fibrosis, bronchial carcinomas, depression, ileum resection, phenylketonuria, Hartnup's disease, and migraine, was included in the exclusion criteria.
This occurs in chronic alcoholism, anorexia nervosa, ileocolitis, prolonged diarrhea, Hartnup's disease and carcinoid syndrome.
Mitochondrial Neurogastrointestinal Encephalopathy (MNGIE) syndrome, menkes disease, congenital disorder of glycosylation, hartnup disease and disorders of cobalamin and folate metabolism and transport are examples of metabolic disorders which also give rise to chronic diarrhea and neurological findings (2-4).
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".
Molecular cloning of mouse AA transport system Bo, a neutral AA transporter related to hartnup disorder.
Many causes of Secondary Pellagra were identified as alcohol, intestinal malabsorption, carcinoid tumours, Hartnup's Syndrome, Anorexia Nervosa and drugs (Table 1).
Metabolic derangements, such as Hartnup disease or carcinoid syndrome may also lead to pellagra.