A patient has a rare disease of glycoprotein accumulation associated with a deficiency of hydrolases that break down polysaccharide bonds; these anomalies are characterized by neurological disorders and various somatic manifestations. Fucosidosis and mannosidosis most often lead to death in childhood, while aspartyl glucosaminuria manifests itself as a storage disease with a late onset, severe mental retardation and a longer course. Explain in which organoid in cells the function is impaired?
in people with this pathology, the function of lysosomes is impaired, there are no enzymes that break down glycoproteins, therefore, undegraded structures are found in the lysosomes.
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