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AMH - Anti-Müllerian hormone - serum

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Eurofins Biomnis code

AMH

Synonyms

  • MIS - Müllerian-Inhibiting Substance
  • Anti-Müllerian hormone
  • AMH - Anti-Müllerian hormone

Clinic significance

TGF-beta family glycoprotein, responsible for müllerian duct regression in the male foetus. The signal is transmitted via two serine/threonine kinase activity receptors. Beneficial in paediatric endocrinology particularly in the case of müllerian duct persistence syndrome, a rare form of sexual ambiguity. Also beneficial in gynaecology in granulosa tumour diagnosis.

Pre-analytical

  • 1 mL
  • Serum
  • Refrigerated

Further information

  • Not to to be performed on haemolysed sample
  • ALWAYS attach the clinical and ultrasound information
  • ATTENTION: interference possible in patients treated with biotin (vitamin B7, B8 or H) or taking any food supplement containing biotin. Essential to STOP treatment 8 days before taking the sample.

Methodology

Electrochemiluminescence

Turn around Time

3 days


Pathologist(s) in charge
Biomnis Paris
Specialty
Biochemistry
Contact(s)
Dr Jean Marc VANDERNOTTE
Dr Laurence STROMPF - SILVESTRE
Phone(s)
+331 49 59 63 01
+331 49 59 63 14

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