^Nikolaos Papadantonakis, Shinobu Matsuura, and Katya Ravid. "Megakaryocyte pathology and bone marrow fibrosis: the lysyl oxidase connection". Blood120 (9): 1774–1781. BAPN is a lathyrogen, the toxic constituent of peas from Lathyrus plants. Lathyrism, a disease known for centuries, encompasses 2 distinct entities: a disorder of the nervous system (neurolathyrism) leading to limb paralysis, and a disorder of connective tissue, causing either bone deformity (osteolathyrism) or aortic aneurisms (angiolathyrim). BAPN causes osteolathyrism and angiolathyrism when ingested in large quantities.
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