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Amylase Isoenzymes

Brown clotted serum, gel barrier

TestAmylase Isoenzymes
Common AbbreviationsNA
ProfileNA
Tube typeBrown clotted serum, gel barrier
Clinical IndicationUsed in the differential diagnosis of an elevated serum amylase level.
Specimen TypeBlood
Sample typeSerum
Minimum Volume0.5mL
Special PrecautionsNo special requirements
StabilityContact Referral Laboratory
Turnaround Time4 weeks
LaboratoryGreat Ormond Street Hospital London WC1N 3JH 020 7829 8662
Reference IntervalContact Referral Laboratory
LimitationsContact Referral Laboratory
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