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A 5-year-old boy is admitted to the hospital ...

ApoC-II

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Type 1 Familial Dyslipidemia (pg. 94 FA 19 )

increased TG ---> pancreatitis Eruptice / pruritis Xanthomas and HSM

Can be caused by Lipoprotien lipase or Apoprotien CII deficiency

they said that LPL is fine so its APO CII

Heparin seperates LPL from Herparin Sulfate Moeity on Vasc Endothelium allowing us to test its function in the lab.

I got it wrong too - Stupid Rote memorization recall Question.

masonkingcobra  I think you need to know that ApoCII activates LPL not necessarily know the disease +2  
yotsubato  Knowing the disease makes it easier to remember the details though +