Lab Test : Alanine, Plasma

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Alternate:N/A
Includes:N/A
Department:Biochemical Genetics Lab
Phone:(937) 641-3262
SQ Code:ALAP
Available:Lab open M-F 7:30a-4:00p. Specimens accepted daily, 24 hrs. Specimens batched and test run as needed.
Turnaround:Routine: 4 days; STAT: 24 hours
Specimen:Blood
Volume:0.5 mL
Container:Sodium heparin preferred, lithium heparin accepted
Temperature:Give specimen to send out tech (1st shift) or core lab tech (2nd/3rd shifts, weekends, holidays). Spin, remove and freeze plasma at -20 degrees C. Specimen should not be left at room temp for more than 2 hours.
Rejection:Specimens should be as fresh as possible and processed immediately. All samples will be run. Sub-optimal handling is noted in report.
Normal:









0-1 month131-710 Ámol/L
1 month-2 months143-439 Ámol/L
2 months-18 years152-547 Ámol/L
18 years+177-583 Ámol/L
Uses:To monitor alanine levels in patients.
Limitations:Protein intake may affect alanine levels.
Method:HPLC
 

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