Replacing the enzyme α-L-iduronidase at birth ameliorates symptoms in the brain and periphery of dogs with mucopolysaccharidosis type I

Ashley D. Dierenfeld, Michael F. McEntee, Carole A. Vogler, Charles H. Vite, Agnes H. Chen, Merry Passage, Steven Le, Sahil Shah, Jackie K. Jens, Elizabeth M. Snella, Karen L. Kline, Jennifer D. Parkes, Wendy A. Ware, Lori E. Moran, Amanda J. Fales-Williams, Jane A. Wengert, R. David Whitley, Daniel M. Betts, Amy M. Boal, Elizabeth A. RiedeselWilliam Gross, N. Matthew Ellinwood, Patricia I. Dickson

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