Talk:Organic acidemia

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In treatment There is no mentioning of the orthomolecular treatment as stated in the scientific paper "On the Orthomolecular Environment of the Mind: Orthomolecular Theory by Linus, Pauling, Ph.D."

can be read on

I cite: "...plausible mechanisms by which the concentration of a vitamin may affect the functioning of the brain... One mechanism, effective COT vitamins that serve as coenzymes, is that of shifting the equilibrium for the reaction of apoenzyme and coenzyme to give the active enzyme. An example is the effectiveness of cyanocobalamin (vitamin B12) given in amounts 1,000 times greater than normal to control the disease methylmalonic aciduria (11-14)About half of the patients with this disease are successfully treated with megadoses of vitamin B12"

The treatment could be added to add nuance to the term "vitamin supplementation" (talk) 20:15, 28 January 2011 (UTC)

______________ The UK spelling of this term would be 'acidaemia'- it may be helpful to add this to the listing. — Preceding unsigned comment added by (talk) 15:57, 3 July 2012 (UTC)

talk med wikiproject/Draft:European_registry_and_network_for_Intoxication_type_Metabolic_Diseases[edit]

have merged from this draft Draft:European_registry_and_network_for_Intoxication_type_Metabolic_Diseases inserted two references and an external link.--Ozzie10aaaa (talk) 15:40, 17 April 2015 (UTC)

Ketothiolase_deficiency described in ACAT1 - could move here[edit]

Most of ACAT1#Ketothiolase_deficiency should move to this or its own article ? - Rod57 (talk) 07:28, 25 May 2016 (UTC)