Which enzyme is it anyway?





After the introduction of sugar in his diet, a baby begins to present vomiting, jaundice and hemorrhage. He arrives to your hospital in a comatose state, and you detect hypoglicemia with fructosemia. Your presuntive diagnosis is a Hereditary Fructose Intolerance, a genetic disease caused by a lack of:


a) Aldolase A


b ) Aldolase B


c) Fructokinase


d) Fructose 1,6 bisphosphatase


e) Fructose 6 phosphatase


f) Glycogen phosphorylase a


g) Glycogen phosphorylase b


h) Glycogen Synthase a


j) Glycogen Synthase b


k) Glucokinase


l) Hexokinase


m) Phosphofructokinase I


n) Phosphofructokinase II




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