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Pyruvate kinase deficiency

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Pyruvate kinase deficiency

Pyruvate kinase deficiency is an inherited disease that was first documented in Abyssinian, Somali and some domestic short-hair cats in the early 1990s. The genetic mutation that results in this disorder has been identified in various breeds of cat, including the Bengal, Egyptian Mau, Savannah, Norwegian Forest Cat, Singapura, Maine Coon, La Perm, and Siberian.

What is Pyruvate kinase deficiency?

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What are the signs of PK deficiency?

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What causes PK Deficiency?

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Can PK deficiency be treated?

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