I-cell disease

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I-cell disease

[′ī‚sel diz‚ēz]
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Molecular analysis of cell lines from patients with mucolipidosis II and mucolipidosis III.
The genes have been linked to two serious metabolic diseases known as mucolipidosis II and III, in which abnormal amounts of carbohydrates or fatty materials accumulate in cells, leading to skeletal deformities and severe learning disabilities.
The mouth will offer the clinician important clues for the diagnosis of several genetic diseases, Some oral-cavity findings may lead to early diagnosis of a genetic disorder, such as the typical gingival (gum) enlargement seen in mucolipidosis II.