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Human glycogen debranching enzyme gene AGL: Myophosphorylase deficiency glycogenosis type V; McArdle disease. Diagnosis of at-risk sibs at birth allows for early dietary intervention to prevent development of hypoglycemia associated with GSD III. Growth may be compromised by poor metabolic control. This process is catalyzed by glycogen synthase. GeneReviews is not responsible for the information provided by other organizations. A bone density determination is recommended after growth is complete.

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IV dextrose infusion should not be stopped abruptly as dangerous glucotenosis can occur from a hyperinsulinemic state. Once the AGL pathogenic variants have been identified in an affected family member, prenatal testing for a pregnancy at increased risk and preimplantation genetic diagnosis for GSD III are possible.

Tipo IV – Asociación Española de Enfermos de Glucogenosis (AEEG)

For an introduction to multigene panels click glucogensois. Type III glycogen storage disease associated with hepatocellular carcinoma. Increased monitoring and support during pregnancy of women with GSD III because of increasing glucose needs during the course of pregnancy. Severe cardiomyopathy revealing amylopectinosis. If the AGL pathogenic variants in the family are not known, diagnosis can be established by presence of fasting ketotic hypoglycemia. Consumption of fructose or sucrose prior to exercise may improve exercise tolerance, but does not completely prevent exercise-induced damage [ Preisler et al ].


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Elevated ketones reflect poor metabolic control as ketones glucogeonsis produced when glucose is unavailable and instead fatty acid oxidation is used as a source of energy. Identification of biallelic AGL pathogenic variants on molecular genetic testing is the next step in confirming the diagnosis: More detailed information for clinicians ordering genetic tests can be found here.

Missense and splice site variants, small deletions and insertions, and large intragenic deletions and insertions have been described, many of which produce truncated proteins. Steroid-based drugs as they interfere with glucose metabolism and utilization. Alternatively morning urine ketone measurements may be assessed with regular urine dipsticks to give an overview of overnight metabolic control.

Serum concentrations Creatine kinase CK is elevated once toddlers become active; however, a normal CK in the first few years of life does not exclude muscle involvement. Fructose and galactose can be used; special formulas are not required. The intracellular transport of chylomicrons requires the small GTPase, Sar1b. Hypoglycemia is uncommon in older children and adults upon awakening since counter-regulation can raise blood glucose concentrations; however, monitoring blood glucose concentrations at 2 to 4 AM can reveal periods of suboptimal control.


When the chain reaches a certain length, “branching enzyme” cleaves off the terminal portion of the chain and attaches it via an alpha 1,6 linkage to the parent chain. University of Washington, Seattle; Myopathy is absent or minimal in childhood and progresses slowly, becoming gkucogenosis in the third to fourth decade of life. The doses can be titrated based on the results of glucose and ketone monitoring.

Its clinical significance is uncertain as most affected individuals are asymptomatic; however, severe cardiac dysfunction, congestive heart failure, and sudden death have occasionally been reported. It is unclear, however, what mechanism enables individuals with pathogenic variants in exon 3 to retain debranching glkcogenosis activity in muscle tissue.

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The molecular background of glycogen metabolism disorders. Genotype-Phenotype Correlations There is a clear genotype – phenotype correlation with at least two pathogenic variants in exon 3 c.

Altered perfusion [ Glucotenosis et al ] and nerve dysfunction may contribute to exercise intolerance and muscle weakness [ Hobson-Webb et al ], respectively. Efforts should be made to correct ketosis as it can induce vomiting and worsen the catabolic state.