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Elevation of one or more organic acids is diagnostic for an organic aciduria. Suberic acid is a dicarboxylic acid and is a fatty acid metabolite. Elevated levels occur with fatty oxidation defects including Beta-oxidation defects (MAD, MCAD, SCAD, LCAD, SCHAD, LCHAD/TFP), HMG-CoA lyase deficiency, systemic carnitine deficiency, succinic semialdehyde DH deficiency, CPT II deficiency, peroxisomal diseases, glycogen storage disorders I & II, lactic acidosis, and fructose intolerance. (Information from: Kumps A, Duez P, Mardens Y. Metabolic, Nutritional, Iatrogenic, and Artifactual Sources of Urinary Organic Acids: A Comprehensive Table. Clinical Chemistry 2002, 48:708-717.) Source: Regenstrief Institute

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zh-CN Chinese (China) 辛二酸
Synonyms: 辛二酸根;辛二酸盐;辛二酸酯
fr-CA French (Canada) Subérate
et-EE Estonian (Estonia) Suberaat
es-ES Spanish (Spain) Suberato
it-IT Italian (Italy) Suberato
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ru-RU Russian (Russian Federation) Суберат
nl-NL Dutch (Netherlands) suberaat
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