Alpha-1-Antitrypsin, Quantitative (AANTR)

Test Code
LAB810

Quest Code
235

CPT Codes
82103

Preferred Specimen
1 mL serum in gold top or plain red top tube

Minimum Volume
0.5 mL

Transport Container
Serum Separator Tube (SST®)

Transport Temperature
Room temperature

Specimen Stability
Room temperature: 7 days
Refrigerated: 7 days
Frozen: 90 days

Methodology
Immunoturbidimetric Assay

Setup Schedule
Day shift day shift M-f

Report Available
4 days

Reference Range
83-199 mg/dL

Clinical Significance
Alpha-1-Antitrypsin level may be increased in normal pregnancy and in several diseases including chronic pulmonary disease; hereditary angioedema; renal, gastric, liver and pancreatic diseases; diabetes; carcinomas and rheumatoid diseases. Alpha-1-Antitrypsin may be decreased in emphysema, hepatic cirrhosis, respiratory distress syndrome of the newborn, nephrosis, malnutrition and cachexia. If a deficiency is present, aat phenotyping may be considered to confirm heterozygous versus homozygous deficiencies.

Performing Laboratory
Quest Diagnostics - South Region




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