Carbohydrate-deficient glycoprotein syndromes become congenital disorders of glycosylation: An updated nomenclature for CDG

M. Aebi, A. Helenius, B. Schenk, R. Barone, A. Fiumara, E. G. Berger, T. Hennet, T. Imbach, A. Stutz, C. Bjursell, A. Uller, J. G. Wahlstrom, P. Briones, E. Cardo, P. Clayton, B. Winchester, V. Cormier-Dalre, P. De Lonlay, M. Cuer, T. DupreN. Seta, T. De Koning, L. Dorland, F. De Loos, L. Kupers, L. Fabritz, M. Hasilik, T. Marquardt, R. Niehues, H. Freeze, S. Grunewald, L. Heykants, J. Jaeken, G. Matthijs, E. Schollen, G. Keir, S. Kjaergaard, M. Schwartz, F. Skovby, A. Klein, P. Roussel, C. Korner, T. Lubke, C. Thiel, K. Von Figura, J. Koscielak, D. Krasnewich, L. Lehle, V. Peters, M. Raab

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