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University Medical Center Groningen

prof. dr. F.J. (Francjan) van Spronsen

pediatrician Inherited Metabolic Diseases
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+31 50 361 1036 (secretary Metabolic Diseases Pediatrics)
+31 50 361 4944 (secretary Patient Care Metabolic Diseases Pedicatrics)
+31 50 361 4944 (Center of Expertise for PKU and Tyrosinemia)


Future of Dutch NGS-Based Newborn Screening: Exploring the Technical Possibilities and Assessment of a Variant Classification Strategy

Satisfaction with home blood sampling methods and expectations for future point-of-care testing in phenylketonuria: Perspectives from patients and professionals

The clinical relevance of novel biomarkers as outcome parameter in adults with phenylketonuria

A Delphi Survey Study to Formulate Statements on the Treatability of Inherited Metabolic Disorders to Decide on Eligibility for Newborn Screening

A False-Negative Newborn Screen for Tyrosinemia Type 1-Need for Re-Evaluation of Newborn Screening with Succinylacetone

Food or medicine? A European regulatory perspective on nutritional therapy products to treat inborn errors of metabolism

Important Lessons on Long-Term Stability of Amino Acids in Stored Dried Blood Spots

Maleic acid is a biomarker for maleylacetoacetate isomerase deficiency: implications for newborn screening of tyrosinemia type 1

Newborn screening for primary carnitine deficiency: Who will benefit? - A retrospective cohort study

Caring for Ukrainian refugee children with acute and chronic diseases

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Campagne vestigt aandacht op ernst en impact van metabole ziekten