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Autoantibody Tests

Autoantibody Tests

- ANA (Antinuclear Antibody). ANA is positive SLE (Systemic Lupus Erythematosus).
- Anti-dsDNA (anti-double stranded DNA) test. Anti-dsDNA is an important index to diagnose autoimmune disease and up to 80 of those with SLE or lupus nephritis will have a positive result...

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Complement in Blood Serum Tests

Complement in Blood Serum Tests

Complement in blood serum is a group of proteins that move freely through your bloodstream. The proteins work with your immune system and play a role in the development of inflammation. The tests are ordered to help diagnose the activity of acute or chronic autoimmune diseases and autoimmune kidney diseases...

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Five Special Tests for Immunization

Five Special Tests for Immunization

Complement in blood serum is a group of proteins that move freely through your bloodstream. The proteins work with your immune system and play a role in the development of inflammation. The tests are ordered to help diagnose the activity of acute or chronic autoimmune diseases and autoimmune kidney diseases...

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Kidney Damage Tests

Kidney Damage Tests

Kidney Damage Tests focus on the content of urine, which totally include 12 indexes as follows. - U-TP (Urinary Total Protein). A urine total protein test is conducted to detect excess protein in the urine. When U-TP>150mg/L, kidney problems may be expected. - U-malb (Urinary Microalbumin)...

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Lymphocyte Subpopulation Tests

Lymphocyte Subpopulation Tests

Lymphocyte Subpopulation plays an important role in monitoring a person's immune system condition, cellular immunity and humoral immunity. 1. What is lymphocyte subpopulation? - CD4: CD4 cells are sometimes called T-cells, which are "helper" cells and lead the attack against infections...

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Toxins in Blood Tests

Toxins in Blood Tests

Tests for Micro-molecule Toxins - BUN (Blood Nitrogen). When your GFR drops, BUN levels raise usually. - CR (Creatinine). Creatinine is a chemical waste molecule that is generated from muscle metabolism. It is a fairly reliable indicator of kidney function...

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