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Glucose-6-phosphate dehydrogenase Deficiency - Literature

Eurico Camargo Neto, D. Becker and L. Leile. "G-6-PD Deficiency: A new analyte for neonatal screening programmes?", Abstract, presented in Immunoensayo/97, Havana, Cuba, Sept. 14-18, 1997

Elias Touma, Rudolf A. Kruithof and George J. Reclos. Comparison between quantitative and qualitative G-6-PD screening on neonatal dried blood spots. In Seventh International Congress of Inborn Errors of Metabolism. Vienna, May 21-25, 1997.

Eduardo Vieira Neto. Screening for G-6-PD deficiency : Preliminary results. Second  Neonatal Screening Workshop, Sao Paolo, 8th-9th May 1998

Touma Elias. (Faculte de Medicine, Universite St. Joseph, Beirut, Lebanon).
Quantitative Screening for PKU, Galactosemia and G 6 PD: Diagnosis and Case Studies. 2
nd Workshop Intercientifica de Triagem Neonatal, Novotel Morumbi, Sao Paulo, Brazil, 8th-9th May, 1998.

George J. Reclos.,Christine J. Hatzidakis and Rudolf A. Kruithof G-6-PD Diagnosis : Modification of the standard method eliminates the need for an additional Hemoglobin determination. Farmakeftiki, 12(I): 25-31, 1999.

George J. Reclos, Christine J. Hatzidakis  and Kleopatra Η. Schulpis  Glucose-6-Phosphate Dehydrogenase Neonatal Screening : Preliminary evidence that a high percentage of partially deficient female neonates is missed during routine screening. J Med Screen 7(1): 46-51, 2000.

George J. Reclos. Kleopatra H.Schupis, Stavroula Gavrili and Vlachos George. Evaluation of glucose-6-phosphate dehydrogenase activity in two different ethnic groups using a kit employing the haemoglobin normalization procedure. Clin Biochem. 36: 393-395, 2003

George J. Reclos, Tanyalcin Tijen. Performance evaluation of a G-6-PD assay employing an adapted error grid graph. Accred Qual Assur 10:27-31, 2004

Castro S.M., Weber R., Dadalt V., Santos V., George J. Reclos, Pass K.A. and Giugliani R. Evaluation of Glucose-6-Phosphate dehydrogenase stability in blood samples under different collection and storage conditions. Clin Chem 51(6): 1080-1, 2005

Literature from the kit insert

1.Cohen G. and Hochstein P. Generation of hydrogen peroxide in erythrocytes by  haemolytic agents. Biochemistry, 3:895, 1964.

2. Capps F.P.A., Gilles H.M., Jolly H. and Worlledge S.M. Glucose-6-phosphate dehydrogenase deficiency and neonatal jaundice in Nigeria. Their relation to the  prophylactic use of vitamin K. Lancet, ii:379, 1963.

3. Bienzle U., Effiong C.E. and Luzzatto L. Erythrocyte glucose-6-phosphate dehydrogenase deficiency (G6PD type A-) and neonatal jaundice. Acta Paed Scand  65:701, 1976.

4. Lai H.C. Lai M.P.Y. and Leung K.S. Glucose-6-phosphate dehydrogenase deificiency in Chinese. J Clin Pathol 21:44, 1968.

5. Lu T-C, Wei H. and Blackwell R.Q. Increased incidence of severe hyperbilinurinaemia among newborn Chinese infants with G6PD deficiency.  Pediatrics 37:994, 1966

6. Flatz G., Sringam S., Premyothin C., Penbharkkul S., Ketusingh R. and Chulajata R. Glucose 6-phosphate dehydrogenase deficiency and neonatal jaundice. Arch Dis Child  38:566, 1963.

7. Phornphutkul C., Whitaker J.A. and Woramthumrong N. Severe hyperbilinurinemia in Thai newborns in association with erythrocyte G6PD deficiency. Clin Pediatr 8:275, 1969.

8. Doxiades S.A. and Valaes F. The clinical picture of Glucose 6-phosphate dehydrogenase      deficiency in early infancy. Arch Dis Child 39:545, 1964.

9. Doxiades S.A., Fessas P.H. and Valaes F. Erythrocyte enzyme deficiency in unexplained      kernicterus. Lancet ii:44, 1960.

10.Meloni T., Cagnazzo G., Dore A. and Cutillo S. Phenobarbital for prevention of       hyperbilinurinemia in Glucose 6-phosphate dehydrogenase deficient newborn infants. J Pediatr 82:1048, 1973.

11.Matthay K.K and Mentzer W.C. Erythrocyte enzymopathies in the newborn. Clin Haematol 10:31, 1981.

12.Malluh A.A., Imseeh G., Abu-Osba Y.K.and Hamdan J.A. Screening for Glucose 6-phosphate dehydrogenase deficiency can prevent severe neonatal jaundice. Ann Trop  Paed 12:391, 1992.

13.Solem E. Glucose 6-phosphate dehydrogenase deficiency : An easy and sensitive quantitative assay for the detection of female heterozygotes in red blood cells. Clin Chim Acta 142:153, 1984.

14.Solem E., Pirzer C., Siege M., Kollman F., Romero - Savaria O., Barktsch - Trefs O.  and Kornhuber B. Mass screening for Glucose 6-phosphate dehydrogenase deficiency. Improved fluorescent spot test. Clin Chim Acta 152:135, 1985.

15.Dern R.J., Beutler E. and Alving A.S. The haemolytic affect of primaquine. II. The  natural course of the haemolytic anaemia and the mechanisms of its self-limiting character. J Lab Clin Med 44:171, 1954.

16.Beutler E., Dern R.J. and Alving A.S. The haemolytic effect of primaquine. IV. The relationship of cell age to hemolysis. J Lab Clin Med 44:439, 1954.

17.Beutler E. The hemolytic effect of primaquine and related compounds. Blood, 14:103, 1959.

18.Chan T.K., Chesterman C.N., McFadzean A.J.S. and Todd D. The survival of Glucose 6-phosphate dehydrogenase deficient erythrocytes in patients with typhoid fever on chloramphenicol therapy. J Lab Clin Med 77:177, 1971.

19.Burka E.R., Weaver Z. and Marks P.A. Clinical spectrum of hemolytic anemia associated with Glucose 6-phosphate dehydrogenase deficiency. Ann Intern Med  64:817, 1966.

20.Owusu S.K., Addy J., Foli A.K., Janosi M., Konotey - Ahulu F.I.D. and Larbi E.B. Acute reversible renal failure associated with Glucose 6-phosphate dehydrogenase  deficiency. Lancet 1:1255, 1972.

21. Fermi C. and Martinetti P. Studio sul favismo. Ann.Igiene Sper, 15:76, 1905

22.Luisada L. Favism: A singular disease affecting chiefly red blood cells. Medicine,  20:229, 1941

23.Sansone G., Piga A.M. and Segni G. Il Favismo, Torino, Italy, Minerva Medica, 1958.

24.Kattamis C.A., Kyriazakou M. and Chaidas S. Favism : Clinical and biochemical data. J Med Genet 6:34, 1969.

25.Kahn A., Marie J., Desbois J.C. and Boivin P. Favism in a Portuguese family due to a deficient Glucose 6-phosphate dehydrogenase variant of Canton or Canton-like type 1. Acta Haematol 56:58, 1976.

26. Belsey M.A. The epidemiology of favism. Bull WHO 48:1, 1973.

27.Szeinberg A., Sheba C., Hirschorn N. and Bodonyi E. Studies on erythrocytes in cases with past history of favism and drug induced avute hemolytic anemia. Blood 12:603, 1957.

28.Gross A.T., Hurwitz R.A. and Marks P.A. An hereditary enzymatic defect in erythrocyte metabolism. Glucose 6-phosphate dehydrogenase deficiency. J Clin Invest  37:1176, 1958.

29.Matthay K.K. and Mentzer W.C. Erythrocyte enzymopathies in the newborn. Clin Haematol 10:31, 1981.

30.Smith G.D. and Vella F. Erythrocyte enzyme deficiency in unexplained kernicterus. Lancet 1:1133, 1960.

31.Bienzle U. Glucose 6-phosphate dehydrogenase deficiency. Part I : Tropical Africa. Clin Haematol 10:785, 1981.

32.Karayalcin C., Acs H. and Lanzkowsky P. G6PD deficiency and hyperbilinurinemia in black American full-term infants. NY State J Med 79:22, 1979.

33.Luzzatto L. Inherited haemolytic states : Glucose 6-phosphate dehydrogenase deficiency. Clin Hematol 4:83, 1975.

This is a list of selected publications on G-6-PD deficiency. For a complete list of G-6-PD publications (covering 1914-1996) please see the data donated by Dr. Beutler. You may also visit the Article section to find more about some of our papers.

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