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  1. ... cysteine form in the kidney, ureter, and bladder. Cystine is formed when two molecules of an amino ... from you. Cystinuria is caused by too much cystine in the urine. Normally, most cystine dissolves and ...
  2. ... phosphate or carbonate. Other types of stones include: Cystine stones can form in people who have cystinuria . ...
  3. ... form after an infection in your urinary system. Cystine stones are rare. The disease that causes cystine stones runs in families.
  4. Cystinuria is a disorder characterized by cystine stones in the kidney, ureter, and bladder. A genetic abnormality results in abnormal transport of amino acids in the kidney. The high ...
  5. ... ability to break down certain compounds such as: Cystine (cystinosis) Fructose ( fructose intolerance ) Galactose ( galactosemia ) Glycogen (glycogen ...
  6. ... Children: 16 to 32 Adults: 16 to 55 Cystine: Children: 19 to 47 Adults: 30 to 65 ...
  7. ... acid : 5 to 50 Citrulline: 1 to 22 Cystine: 2 to 12 Glutamic acid: 0 to 21 ...