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Tetrahydrobiopterin in phenylketonuria: Who can benefit?

The first European guidelines on phenylketonuria: its usefulness and implications for BH4 responsiveness testing

The neonatal tetrahydrobiopterin loading test in phenylketonuria:: what is the predictive value?

BH4 treatment in BH4-responsive PKU patients: Preliminary data on blood prolactin concentrations suggest increased cerebral dopamine concentrations

Voluntary exercise prevents oxidative stress in the brain of phenylketonuria mice

Long-term Follow-up and Outcome of Phenylketonuria Patients on Sapropterin: A Retrospective Study

Tetrahydrobiopterin responsiveness in phenylketonuria: prediction with the 48-hour loading test and genotype

PKU: High plasma phenylalanine concentrations are associated with increased prevalence of mood swings

The 48-hour tetrahydrobiopterin loading test in patients with phenylketonuria: Evaluation of protocol and influence of baseline phenylalanine concentration

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