include disorders of purine and pyrimidine

Purines are key components of cellular energy system (eg. B. ATP, NAD), the signal paths (z. B. GTP, cAMP, cGMP), and the pyrimidines of the RNA and DNA form. Purine and pyrimidine are newly synthesized or recycled by being “recovered” on a specific pathway ( “salvage pathway”) from the normal catabolism. The final product of the complete catabolism of purines is the uric acid. The catabolism of pyrimidines leads to intermediate components of the citric acid cycle. include disorders of purine and pyrimidine purine catabolism disorders purine nucleotide synthesis disorders purine salvage disease disorders of pyrimidine See also approach in a patient with suspected congenital metabolic disorder

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