OMIA 000514-9685 : Hypertriglyceridaemia in Felis catus

In other species: dog

Possibly relevant human trait(s) and/or gene(s) (MIM number): 145750

Mendelian trait/disorder: unknown

Considered a defect: yes

Cross-species summary: Elevated fasting serum triglycerides concentrations are called Hypertriglyceridaemia. Primary Hypertriglyceridaemia is caused by genetic defects that cause abnormal triglyceride metabolism while secondary Hypertriglyceridaemia can be associated with other causes, such as nutrition, drugs, and/or other metabolic syndromes.

Reference


1990 Peritz, L.N., Brunzell, J.D., Harveyclarke, C., Pritchard, P.H., Jones, B.R., Hayden, M.R. :
Characterization of a Lipoprotein Lipase Class-III Type Defect in Hypertriglyceridemic Cats Clinical and Investigative Medicine-Medecine Clinique et Experimentale 13:259-263, 1990. Pubmed reference: 2276220.

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