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Chapter ed. 5 Title Links WP Chapter ed. 4 Status
13 Disorders of pyrimidine and purine metabolism WP4225 and WP4224 41 Approved
16 Disorders of glutathione metabolism WP4518 42 Approved
19 Disorders of monoamine metabolism WP4220 31 Approved
20 Disorders of phenylalanine and tetrahydrobiopterin metabolism WP4156 1 Approved
21 Disorders of tyrosine metabolism WP4506 2 Approved
22 Disorders of sulfur amino acid and sulfide metabolism WP4292 3 Approved
23 Disorders of branched-chain amino acid metabolism WP4686 7 In Progress
26 Disorders of glycine metabolism WP4688 5 In Progress
28 Disorders of cobalamin metabolism WP4271 13 Approved
29 Disorders of folate metabolism WP4259 and WP4288 10 Approved
31 Disorders of thiamine metabolism WP4297 15 Approved
34 Vitamin B6 -Dependent and Responsive Disorders WP4228 11 Approved
35 Disorders of molybdenum metabolism WP4507 and WP4504 12 Approved
42 Disorders of pyruvate and Krebs cycle metabolism WP4236 20 Approved
53 Disorders of lipoprotein metabolism WP4522 43 Approved
55 Disorders of steroid metabolism WP4523 and WP4524 37 Approved
60 Lysosomal storage disorders WP4153 25 Approved
66 Congenital disorders of N-linked and O-linked glycosylation WP4521 30 Approved
69 Cerebral organic acidurias WP4519 8 Approved
 ? Disorders of phosphoinositide metabolism WP4971  ? Approved

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