tryptasemia and were created to help people find information about Hereditary Alpha Tryptasemia Syndrome quickly.

Much of what can be found about Hereditary Alpha Tryptasemia Syndrome (HATS) on a quick search, focuses on scientific papers (many behind a paywall) and Facebook groups which are closed.

For an introduction to HATS, see Tryptasemia, a Quick Primer

"Tryptasemia" has been used as a name for the website, because the term "Hereditary Alpha Tryptasemia Syndrome" still seems to be somewhat fluid, as of July 2019. United States researchers tend to refer to it as Hereditary Alpha Tryptasemia Syndrome, while those in other countries are likely to refer to it as Familial Hypertryptasemia. 

As of November 2022, this site has had over 60,000 hits.

In ICD-10-CM, this disorder is to referred to as follows:

D89.44 Hereditary alpha tryptasemia

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