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Methylmalonic acid test: A methylmalonic acid test is a laboratory test used to detect methylmalonic acid in a urine or blood sample; methylmalonic acid accumulates when proteins in the body break down (catabolism). Methylmalonic aciduria (or methylmalonic acidemia) is usually detected in a newborn screening program.
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