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Current number of diseases

03.03.2018 - 683


Diseases added

03.03.2018 - Mitochondrial complex V subunit deficiency (MTATP8)
03.03.2018 - Mitochondrial complex V subunit deficiency (MTATP6)
03.03.2018 - Mitochondrial complex V subunit deficiency (ATP5E)
03.03.2018 - Mitochondrial complex V subunit deficiency (ATP5A1)
03.03.2018 - Mitochondrial complex V assembly deficiency (ATPAF2)
03.03.2018 - Mitochondrial complex IV subunit deficiency (MTCO3)
03.03.2018 - Mitochondrial complex IV subunit deficiency (MTCO2)
03.03.2018 - Mitochondrial complex IV subunit deficiency (MTCO1)
03.03.2018 - Mitochondrial complex IV subunit deficiency (COX8A)
03.03.2018 - Mitochondrial complex IV subunit deficiency (COX7B)
03.03.2018 - Mitochondrial complex IV subunit deficiency (COX6B1)
03.03.2018 - Mitochondrial complex IV subunit deficiency (COX6A1)
03.03.2018 - Mitochondrial complex IV subunit deficiency (COX4I2)
03.03.2018 - Mitochondrial complex IV assembly deficiency (SURF1)
03.03.2018 - Mitochondrial complex IV assembly deficiency (SCO2)
03.03.2018 - Mitochondrial complex IV assembly deficiency (SCO1)
03.03.2018 - Mitochondrial complex IV assembly deficiency (COX20)
03.03.2018 - Mitochondrial complex IV assembly deficiency (COX15)
03.03.2018 - Mitochondrial complex IV assembly deficiency (COX14)
03.03.2018 - Mitochondrial complex IV assembly deficiency (COX10)
03.03.2018 - Mitochondrial complex IV assembly deficiency (COA7)
03.03.2018 - Mitochondrial complex IV assembly deficiency (COA6)
03.03.2018 - Mitochondrial complex IV assembly deficiency (COA5)
03.03.2018 - Mitochondrial complex IV assembly deficiency (COA3)
03.03.2018 - Mitochondrial complex III subunit deficiency (UQCRQ)
03.03.2018 - Mitochondrial complex III subunit deficiency (UQCRB)
03.03.2018 - Mitochondrial complex III assembly deficiency (LYRM7)
03.03.2018 - Mitochondrial complex III assembly deficiency (UQCC3) 03.03.2018 - Mitochondrial complex III assembly deficiency (UQCC2)
03.03.2018 - Mitochondrial complex III assembly deficiency (TTC19)
03.03.2018 - Mitochondrial complex I subunit deficiency (MTND6)
03.03.2018 - Mitochondrial complex I subunit deficiency (MTND5)
03.03.2018 - Mitochondrial complex I subunit deficiency (MTND4L)
03.03.2018 - Mitochondrial complex I subunit deficiency (MTND4)
03.03.2018 - Mitochondrial complex I subunit deficiency (MTND3)
03.03.2018 - Mitochondrial complex I subunit deficiency (MTND2)
03.03.2018 - Mitochondrial complex I subunit deficiency (MTND1)
03.03.2018 - Mitochondrial complex I subunit deficiency (NDUFB11)
03.03.2018 - Mitochondrial complex I subunit deficiency (NDUFB9)
03.03.2018 - Mitochondrial complex I subunit deficiency (NDUFB3)
03.03.2018 - Mitochondrial complex I subunit deficiency (NDUFA13)
03.03.2018 - Mitochondrial complex I subunit deficiency (NDUFA12)
03.03.2018 - Mitochondrial complex I subunit deficiency (NDUFA11)
03.03.2018 - Mitochondrial complex I subunit deficiency (NDUFA10)
03.03.2018 - Mitochondrial complex I subunit deficiency (NDUFA9)
03.03.2018 - Mitochondrial complex I subunit deficiency (NDUFA4)
03.03.2018 - Mitochondrial complex I subunit deficiency (NDUFA2)
03.03.2018 - Mitochondrial complex I subunit deficiency (NDUFA1)
03.03.2018 - Mitochondrial complex I subunit deficiency (NDUFS8)
03.03.2018 - Mitochondrial complex I subunit deficiency (NDUFS7)
03.03.2018 - Mitochondrial complex I subunit deficiency (NDUFS6)
03.03.2018 - Mitochondrial complex I subunit deficiency (NDUFS4)
03.03.2018 - Mitochondrial complex I subunit deficiency (NDUFS3)
03.03.2018 - Mitochondrial complex I subunit deficiency (NDUFS2)
03.03.2018 - Mitochondrial complex I subunit deficiency (NDUFS1)
03.03.2018 - Mitochondrial complex I subunit deficiency (NDUFV2)
03.03.2018 - Mitochondrial complex I subunit deficiency (NDUFV1)
19.02.2018 - Mitochondrial complex I deficiency (TMEM126B)
19.02.2018 - Mitochondrial complex I deficiency (FOXRED1)
19.02.2018 - Mitochondrial complex I deficiency (NDUFAF6)
19.02.2018 - Mitochondrial complex I deficiency (NDUFAF5)
19.02.2018 - Mitochondrial complex I deficiency (NDUFAF4)
19.02.2018 - Mitochondrial complex I deficiency (NDUFAF3)
19.02.2018 - Mitochondrial complex I deficiency (NDUFAF2)
19.02.2018 - Mitochondrial complex I deficiency (NDUFAF1)
19.02.2018 - Farnesylpyrophosphate synthetase deficiency FDPS
19.02.2018 - Mevalonate pyrophosphate decarboxylase deficiency MVD
19.02.2018 - Phosphomevalonate kinase deficiency PMVK
18.02.2018 - Carnitine palmitoyl-transferase IC deficiency CPT1C
18.02.2018 - Primary systemic carnitine deficiency SLC22A5
18.02.2018 - Carnitine acetyltransferase deficiency CRAT
13/11/2017 - Epsilon-N-trimethyllysine hydroxylase deficiency TMLHE
13/11/2017 - Trehalase deficiency TREH
02/11/2017 - Mitochondrial complex III deficiency, nuclear type 5 UQCRC2
26/10/2017 - Mitochondrial short-chain enoyl-CoA hydratase 1 deficiency ECHS1
26/10/2017 - Branched-chain ketoacid dehydrogenase kinase deficiency BCKDK
26/10/2017 - Maple sirup urine disease, mild variant PPM1K
23/10/2017 - Progressive familial intrahepatic cholestasis 5 NR1H4
23/10/2017 - Crigler-Najjar syndrome UGT1A1
23/10/2017 - Congenital bile acid synthesis defect ACOX2
23/10/2017 - Congenital bile acid synthesis defect ABCD3
23/10/2017 - Alpha-tocopherol transfer protein deficiency TTPA
22/10/2017 - Sjogren-Larsson syndrome ALDH3A2
02/10/2017 - Carbonic anhydrase VA deficiency CA5A
02/10/2017 - 2-Ketoadipic aciduria DHTKD1
02/10/2017 - Triosephosphate isomerase deficiency TPI1
02/10/2017 - Ronin deficiency THAP11
04/09/2017 - NAD deficiency and congenital malformations due to HYNU variants
04/09/2017 - NAD deficiency and congenital malformations due to HAAO variants
03/09/2017 - Mitochondrial epileptic encephalopathy TIMM50
03/09/2017 - COASY protein-associated neurodegeneration CoPAN


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