GALC

AcronymDefinition
GALCGalactocerebrosidase
GALCGuam Ancestral Lands Commission (federal land transfers)
GALCGovernmental Affairs Leadership Conference (Illinois Farm Bureau)
GALCGreat America Leasing Corporation (Cedar Rapids, IA)
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Liquid calibrators for ABG, ASM, GAA, GALC, GLA, and IDUA at 7 different P/IS ratios (0, 0.
Alternative assays replicated in our laboratory were another MS/MS multiplex method for ABG, ASM, GAA, GALC, and GLA analysis (10), a fluorometric method for IDUA analysis (14), and an LC-MS/MS method for [C.
Galactosylsphingosine (psychosine) is a neurotoxic sphingolipid degraded by GALC.
Residual GALC activity was measured in triplicate aliquots of each sample (20 [micro]g protein) by incubation with N-lissamine rhodaminyl-6-aminohexanoylgalactosyl ceramide with results expressed as mean nanomoles per hour per milligram of protein from 3 individual samples per group.
30Kb del) deletion of the GALC gene causing Krabbe disease (7).
DNA for BigDye terminator (Applied BioSystems) cycle sequencing of the complete GALC gene (Fig.
A small amount of substrate-to-product conversion due to in source fragmentation was seen for ABG, GALC, GLA, and GAA.
Insource fragmentation of substrate to product was seen in the case of ABG, GALC, GAL4S, and GAL6S, and to a lower extent in GLA and GAA.
The GALC enzyme activities for 176 newborns were measured in parallel by the New York screening laboratory to evaluate the Turboflow assay (Table 4).
Activities of acid [beta]-D-glucosidase, acid sphingomyelinase, GAA, and [alpha]-galactosidase A were also distinguished from the activities of heterozygote carriers; no GALC heterozygotes were enrolled in the study.
The GALC assay uses commercially available reagents and is based on the reaction shown in Fig.