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An autosomal recessive lysosomal storage disease characterized by deficiency of the enzyme acid beta-galactosidase, resulting in the accumulation of acid lipids in the nervous system. Signs and symptoms include neurologic disturbances, muscle atrophy, dystonia, eye abnormalities, and formation of angiokeratomas. [from NCI]

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