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Answered 2011-05-12 21:21:10

You will have had a blood test that would have diagnosed that shortly after your birth. If you want to test that, go eat a couple packs of Equal sweetener...if you get deathly ill, you probably have PKU.

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What is Phenylketonuria PKU?


What are the causes of phenylketonuria?

Phenylketonuria is a genetic disorder caused by a mutation of the PAH gene.

What percentage of the world's population has phenylketonuria?

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What is the inability to metabolize phenylalanine called?

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Phenylketonuria is a genetic disorder that was first discovered in 1934 by Dr. Asbjorn Folling of Norway

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What limitations do a person have if they have phenylketonuria?

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Is phenylketonuria dominant or recessive?

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How do you prevent phenylketonuria?

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How do you pronounce phenylketonuria?

fenill-ket- inureeah

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How many children with Phenylketonuria in the US?

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What are the treatments for Phenylketonuria?

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What has the author Elizabeth Jane Munro Hinchley written?

Elizabeth Jane Munro Hinchley has written: 'A study of nutritional factors in phenylketonuria' -- subject(s): Phenylketonuria, Nutrition

What are the possible symptoms to phenylalanine?

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