Cerebral creatine deficiency

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Cerebral creatine deficiencies (CCD's) are a small group of disorders mainly concerned with creatine biosynthesis and utilization in the brain at the blood-brain interface. The most common CCD is:

The two other forms of CCD are creatine enzymatic defects (CED's) in creatine biosynthesis, i.e. the enzyme deficiencies:

References[edit]

  1. ^ Braissant, O.; Henry, H.; Béard, E.; Uldry, J. P. (2011). "Creatine deficiency syndromes and the importance of creatine synthesis in the brain". Amino Acids. 40 (5): 1315–1324. PMID 21390529. doi:10.1007/s00726-011-0852-z.