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BENZOATE-INDUCED CHANGES IN GLYCINE AND UREA METABOLISM IN PATIENTS WITH CHRONIC RENAL FAILUREMITCH WE; BRUSILOW S.1982; JOURNAL OF PHARMACOLOGY AND EXPERIMENTAL THERAPEUTICS; ISSN 0022-3565; USA; DA. 1982; VOL. 222; NO 3; PP. 572-575; BIBL. 9 REF.Article

EXTREME HYPERNATREMIA AS A PRESENTING SIGN OF CHILD ABUSE AND PSYCHOSOCIAL DWARFISMCHESNEY RW; BRUSILOW S.1981; JOHNS HOPKINS MED. J.; ISSN 0021-7263; USA; DA. 1981; VOL. 148; NO 1; PP. 11-13; BIBL. 20 REF.Article

TREATMENT OF CARBAMYL PHOSPHATE SYNTHETASE DEFICIENCY WITH KETO ANALOGUES OF ESSENTIAL AMINO ACIDS = TRAITEMENT DU DEFICIT EN CARBAMYL PHOSPHATE SYNTHETASE PAR DES CETOANALOGUES DES ACIDES AMINES ESSENTIELSBATSHAW M; BRUSILOW S; WALSER M et al.1975; NEW ENGL. J. MED.; U.S.A.; DA. 1975; VOL. 292; NO 21; PP. 1085-1090; BIBL. 29REF.Article

Arginine, an indispensable amino acid for patients with inborn errors of urea synthesisBRUSILOW, S. W.The Journal of clinical investigation. 1984, Vol 74, Num 6, pp 2144-2148, issn 0021-9738Article

LONG-TERM MANAGEMENT OF A CASE OF CARBAMYL PHOSPHATE SYNTHETASE DEFICIENCY USING KETOANALOGUES AND HYDROXYANALOGUES OF ESSENTIAL AMINO ACIDS.BATSHAW ML; BRUSILOW S; WALSER M et al.1976; PEDIATRICS; U.S.A.; DA. 1976; VOL. 58; NO 2; PP. 227-235; BIBL. 21 REF.Article

AMINO ACID ACYLATION: A MECHANISM OF NITROGEN EXCRETION IN INBORN ERRORS OF UREA SYNTHESISBRUSILOW S; TINKER J; BATSHAW ML et al.1980; SCIENCE; USA; DA. 1980; VOL. 207; NO 4431; PP. 659-661; BIBL. 11 REF.Article

Phenylacetylglutamine may replace urea as a vehicle for waste nitrogen excretionBRUSILOW, S. W.Pediatric research. 1991, Vol 29, Num 2, pp 147-150, issn 0031-3998Article

NITROGEN METABOLISM IN NEONATAL CITRULLINAEMIA.WALSER M; BATSHAW M; SHERWOOD G et al.1977; CLIN. SCI. MOLEC. MED.; G.B.; DA. 1977; VOL. 53; NO 2; PP. 173-181; BIBL. 30 REF.Article

TREATMENT OF COMPLETE ORNITHINE TRANSCARBAMYLASE DEFICIENCY WITH NITROGEN-FREE ANALOGUES OF ESSENTIAL AMINO ACIDSMC REYNOLDS JW; MANTAGOS S; BRUSILOW S et al.1978; J. PEDIATR.; USA; DA. 1978; VOL. 93; NO 3; PP. 421-427; BIBL. 23 REF.Article

Simple method of measurement of orotic acid and orotidine in urineBRUSILOW, S; HAUSER, E.Journal of chromatography. Biomedical applications. 1989, Vol 493, Num 2, pp 388-391, issn 0378-4347Article

Restoration of nitrogen homeostasis in a man with ornithine transcarbamylase deficiencyBRUSILOW, S. W; FINKELSTIEN, J.Metabolism, clinical and experimental. 1993, Vol 42, Num 10, pp 1336-1339, issn 0026-0495Article

Induction of fetal hemoglobin production in subjects with sickle cell anemia by oral sodium phenylbutyrateDOVER, G. J; BRUSILOW, S; CHARACHE, S et al.Blood. 1994, Vol 84, Num 1, pp 339-343, issn 0006-4971Article

Glycine availability limits maximum hippurate synthesis in growing ratsBELIVEAU, G. P; BRUSILOW, S. W.The Journal of nutrition. 1987, Vol 117, Num 1, pp 36-41, issn 0022-3166Conference Paper

THERAPY OF UREA CYCLE ENZYMOPATHIES: THREE CASE STUDIESBATSHAW ML; PAINTER MJ; SPROUL GJ et al.1981; JOHNS HOPKINS MED. J.; ISSN 0021-7263; USA; DA. 1981; VOL. 148; NO 1; PP. 34-40; BIBL. 20 REF.Article

GYRATE ATROPHY OF THE CHOROID AND RETINA: IMPROVED VISUAL FUNCTION FOLLOWING REDUCTION OF PLASMA ORNITHINE BY DIETKAISER KUPFER MJ; DE MONASTERIO FM; VALLE D et al.1980; SCIENCE; ISSN 0036-8075; USA; DA. 1980; VOL. 210; NO 4474; PP. 1128-1131; BIBL. 19 REF.Article

NEONATAL CITRULLINEMIA: TREATMENT WITH KETO-ANALOGUES OF ESSENTIAL AMINO ACIDS.THOENE J; BATSHAW M; SPECTOR E et al.1977; J. PEDIATR.; U.S.A.; DA. 1977; VOL. 90; NO 2; PP. 218-224; BIBL. 24 REF.Article

TREATMENT OF INBORN ERRORS OF UREA SYNTHESIS: ACTIVATION OF ALTERNATIVE PATHWAYS OF WASTE NITROGEN SYNTHESIS AND EXCRETIONBATSHAW ML; BRUSILOW S; WABER L et al.1982; N. ENGL. J. MED.; ISSN 0028-4793; USA; DA. 1982; VOL. 306; NO 23; PP. 1387-1392; BIBL. 14 REF.Article

Neonatal onset ornithine transcarbamylase deficiency : A retrospective analysisMAESTRI, N. E; CLISSOLD, D; BRUSILOW, S. W et al.The Journal of pediatrics. 1999, Vol 134, Num 3, pp 268-272, issn 0022-3476Article

Urea cycle disorders : Diagnosis, pathophysiology, and therapyBRUSILOW, S. W; MAESTRI, N. E.Advances in pediatrics. 1996, Vol 43, pp 127-170, issn 0065-3101Article

Differentiation of transient hyperammonemia of the newborn and urea cycle enzyme defects by clinical presentationHUDAK, M. L; JONES, M. D. JR; BRUSILOW, S. W et al.The Journal of pediatrics. 1985, Vol 107, Num 5, pp 712-719, issn 0022-3476Article

Natural history of symptomatic partial ornithine transcarbamylase deficiencyROWE, P. C; NEWMAN, S. L; BRUSILOW, S. W et al.The New England journal of medicine. 1986, Vol 314, Num 9, pp 541-547, issn 0028-4793Article

Hyperammonemic coma due to parenteral nutrition in a woman with heterozygous ornithine transcarbamylase deficiencyFELIG, D. M; BRUSILOW, S. W.F; BOYER, J. L et al.Gastroenterology (New York, NY. 1943). 1995, Vol 109, Num 1, pp 282-284, issn 0016-5085Article

Long-term survival of patients with arginosuccinate synthetase deficiencyMAESTRI, N. E; CLISSOLD, D. B; BRUSILOW, S. W et al.The Journal of pediatrics. 1995, Vol 127, Num 6, pp 929-935, issn 0022-3476Article

Plasma glutamine concentration : a guide in the management of urea cycle disordersMAESTRI, N. E; MCGOWAN, K. D; BRUSILOW, S. W et al.The Journal of pediatrics. 1992, Vol 121, Num 2, pp 259-261, issn 0022-3476Article

Methionine sulfoximine, a glutamine synthetase inhibitor, attenuates increased extracellular potassium activity during acute hyperammonemiaSUGIMOTO, H; KOEHLER, R. C; WILSON, D. A et al.Journal of cerebral blood flow and metabolism. 1997, Vol 17, Num 1, pp 44-49, issn 0271-678XArticle

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