Alkaline phosphatase 2.10 €
A one-time blood collection fee of 5 € is added to the price.
- Enables assessing liver function related to liver damage
- If the assessment yields high values, additional liver analyses are recommended
Alanine aminotransferase (ALAT) is a cellular enzyme which is mostly found in liver and kidney tissue cells and to a lesser extent in heart and skeletal muscle cells.
Moderate activity increase in the enzyme may occur in case of liver diseases, obesity, alcoholism, use of certain medicinal products, serious burns, impairment of skeletal muscles and intense physical activity.
High ALAT values in blood are caused by liver diseases. For a more in-depth overview we recommend performing additional Liver Panel analyses.
Since the result of the test is directly affected by food intake, it is important to refrain from eating and drinking 10-14 hours before giving blood.
The test results are returned in up to 2 working days.
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