Sandhoff

Sand·hoff

(sahnd'hof),
K., contemporary German biochemist. See: Sandhoff disease.
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A series of tests found she had Sandhoff disease, a genetic illness that destroys nerve cells, and doctors said she would not live beyond the age of four.
Rebekah had moved judges to tears during her audition after she revealed that she had previously lost threeyear-old son Ethan to Sandhoff Syndrome - a rare inherited disease that progressively attacks the nerve cells in the brain and spinal cord.
Conditions associated with hepatosplenomegaly like Gaucher disease, hexosaminidase A deficiency, Sandhoff disease, Niemann-Pick disease type C, Wolman disease, the mucopolysaccharidoses.
Tay Sachs and Sandhoff diseases: enzymatic diagnosis in dried blood spots on filter paper: retrospective diagnoses in newborn-screening cards.
Hasilik A, von Figura K, Conzelmann E, Nehrkorn H, Sandhoff K (1982) Lysosomal enzyme precursors in human fibroblasts.
Metabolik hastaliklarin dagilimi Glikojen depo hastaligi (n=14) 33% Organik asiduriler (n=14) 33% Mitokondriyal hastalik (n=5) 12% MSUD (maple syrup urine 5% disease (n=2) CDG (Konjenital glikozilasyon 5% bozuklugu (n=2) Sandhoff hastaligi (n=1) 3% HMG CoA liyazeksikligi (n=1) 3% [beta] ketotialaz eksikligi (n=1) 2% OTC (Ornitis trans karbomoilaz) 2% eksikligi (n=1) PKU (Feniketonuri (n=1) 2% Note: Table made from pie chart
Its drug discovery projects include two ongoing lead optimisation programmes, inhibition of heparan sulfate synthesis for MPS III and other MPS disorders and inhibition of ganglioside synthesis for Tay Sachs and Sandhoff diseases.
Tay-Sachs ve Sandhoff hastaliklari, [beta]-hekzoaminidaz bozuklugu sonrasinda GM2 gangliosidlerin noronal lizozomlarda depolanmasi ve progresif noronal dejenerasyonla karakterize olan lipidozlardir.