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Urea cycle disorders are congenital diseases that are caused by a dysfunctional urea cycle. The genetics and biochemistry of these disorders have been extensively studied. They are the result of a deficiency of one of the six enzymes that catalyze the various biochemical reactions in the urea cycle which converts ammonia to urea for removal via urine.
Helix BioPharma awarded U.S. patent for adjunct chemotherapy applications

Helix BioPharma awarded U.S. patent for adjunct chemotherapy applications

FDA designates Carbaglu for treatment of NAGS deficiency as a Fast Track product

FDA designates Carbaglu for treatment of NAGS deficiency as a Fast Track product

Once-fatal metabolic disorders treatable

Once-fatal metabolic disorders treatable

Treatment for urea cycle disorders proves its worth 25 years later

Treatment for urea cycle disorders proves its worth 25 years later

Digesting protein may be a hidden problem for some

Digesting protein may be a hidden problem for some

Technique for inserting genes into specific sites on the genome in liver cells

Technique for inserting genes into specific sites on the genome in liver cells