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disease associated with deficiency of Neuraminidase is called
a)farber dis
b)sialidosis
c)fabry dis
d)metachromatic leucodystrophy
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......Sialidosis

a)farber dis---ceramidase def

c)fabry dis---> alpha galactosidase def
d)metachromatic leucodystrophy----> arylsulfatase A def
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yah ans is sialidosis.......
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disease associated with deficiency of Neuraminidase is called
a)farber dis
b)sialidosis
c)fabry dis
d)metachromatic leucodystrophy
neuraminidase or sialidase deficiency causes sialidosis
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