|Available:||Mon - Fri, first shift only|
|Container:||4 mL red top tube|
|Temperature:||Transport to the laboratory within 30 minutes.|
|Normal:||less than 2.0 IU/mL|
|Uses:||The presence of TgAb have been reported in a number of autoimmune disorders. The generic term autoimmune thyroid disease would include Hashimoto's thyroiditis,lymphocytic, postpartum, and silent thyroiditis, idioathic (primary) hypothyroidism and Graves disease. TgAb may be present in unclear cases of suspected thyriod autoimmunity ( where the TPOAB is negative).|
|Method:||Sandwich chemiluminescence immunoassay|
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