Trifunctional protein deficiency definition

Trifunctional protein deficiency means a congenital disorder characterized by an inability to metabolize fatty acids that are 12 to 18 carbon atoms in length due to defective mitochondrial trifunctional protein activity.

Examples of Trifunctional protein deficiency in a sentence

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