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Primary hyperoxaluria in cats is caused by a mutation in the GRHPR Gene.

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Gene

Organ

specimen

Swab, Blood EDTA, Blood Heparin, Semen, Tissue

Mode of Inheritance

Chromosome

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General information

Primary hyperoxaluria in cats is caused by a mutation in the GRHPR Gene. Due to deposition of oxalate crystals in the kidney, acute renal failure (ARF) develops. Usually between five and nine months.

Clinical features

Weakness, inappetence, dehydration, muscle atrophy and neurological symptoms can occur as a consequence of the acute renal failure. High levels of oxalate in the urine can be found.

Additional information

References

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Omia ID: 821

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