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Pyruvic acid - Supernatant or CSF Refered Test

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Biomnis code

APYR

Synonyms

  • Pyruvate

Clinic significance

Pyruvic acid is generated in the course of carbohydrate and alcohol metabolism. The reduction of pyruvic acid produces lactic acid. Increased levels are observed in thiamine deficiency, in subjects eating carbohydrate-rich diets, following excessive muscular activity, in diabetic coma and in ribose deficiency.

Preanalytical

  • Supernatant or CSF
  • FROZEN

Further information

  • Sample to be frozen within 1 hour. Home sampling is not advisable.
  • Enclose the specific clinical information form (R26-INTGB : Metabolic Biochemistry)
  • Please consult the specific sample collection/storage protocol
  • For lactate and pyruvate testing in CSF samples: please freeze the sample within one hour of collection
  • [To be translated]

Methodology

Chemistry - Spectrophotometry

Turn around Time

15 days


Pathologist(s) in charge
Refered Test
Specialty
Analytical Chemistry
Contact(s)
Dr Estelle BUGNI
Dr Gilles PANTEIX
Phone(s)
+334 72 80 23 47
+334 72 80 10 41

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