Health > Conditions and Diseases
18 Oct 2006 02:15 PDT
17 Nov 2006 01:15 PST
I need a reference to Morton's Toe linked to a genetic predisposition
of the unability to phosphorylate vitamin B6 into its active
constituent, pyridoxal-5-phosphate. A lot of the early work was done
by Carl C. Pfeiffer, but I need something in print.
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