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A 17-days-old, breast fed, female neonate presented with low-grade fever (37.8°C) and no obvious clinical signs. A blood sample, drawn for a sepsis work-up, appeared viscous and with a purple shade. After centrifugation, serum appeared white and creamy (figure 1A, B). Cholesterol was 29 mmol/L, HDL-cholesterol 0.54 mmol/L, triglycerides were 218 mmol/L. Apolipoprotein A 5.53 μmol/L and apolipoprotein B 0.08 g/L. …
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