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Protein Electrophoresis 24-Hour Urine Test

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The Protein Electrophoresis 24-Hour Urine Test is a specialized diagnostic procedure offered at DNA Labs UAE, designed to analyze the types and concentrations of proteins excreted in urine over a 24-hour period. This test plays a crucial role in diagnosing and monitoring various diseases and conditions that affect kidney function and protein metabolism. By separating proteins based on their size and charge through electrophoresis, this test can detect abnormal levels and types of proteins such as albumin or globulins, which are indicative of conditions like multiple myeloma, kidney disease, and chronic infections or inflammatory diseases. Priced at 910 AED, this test provides valuable insights into the patient’s health status, aiding in early diagnosis and the formulation of effective treatment plans.

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PROTEIN ELECTROPHORESIS 24 HOUR URINE Test

Test Cost: AED 910.0

Symptoms, Diagnosis, and Test Details

Test Name: PROTEIN ELECTROPHORESIS 24 HOUR URINE Test

Components: Does not include IFE

Price: 910.0 AED

Sample Condition: 20 mL (10 mL min.) aliquot of 24-hour urine. Do not use preservatives. Record total volume on test request form and urine container. Ship refrigerated or frozen.

Report Delivery: Sample Daily by 9am; Report 4 days

Method: Agarose Gel Electrophoresis

Test Type: Immunity

Doctor: Physician

Test Department:

Pre Test Information: No special preparation required

Test Details:

Protein electrophoresis is a laboratory test that analyzes the different types of proteins present in a 24-hour urine sample. It is primarily used to diagnose and monitor various kidney and liver diseases.

During the test, the proteins in the urine sample are separated based on their size and electrical charge using a technique called electrophoresis. The urine sample is placed on a gel, and an electric current is applied. This causes the proteins to move through the gel at different rates, forming distinct bands or zones.

The separated proteins are then stained to make them visible and are analyzed under a special light to determine their relative amounts and types. The test can identify various proteins, including albumin, globulins, and Bence Jones proteins.

Protein electrophoresis can help diagnose conditions such as nephrotic syndrome, multiple myeloma, amyloidosis, and other kidney or liver disorders. It can also be used to monitor the progress of these conditions and assess the effectiveness of treatment.

It is important to collect the urine sample over a 24-hour period to obtain an accurate representation of the protein levels.

The test is usually ordered by a healthcare provider if there are symptoms or findings suggestive of kidney or liver disease, such as proteinuria (excessive protein in the urine), edema, or abnormal liver function tests.

The results of protein electrophoresis are typically reported as a graph or a table showing the relative amounts of different protein fractions. Abnormal results may indicate an underlying condition that requires further investigation or treatment.

It is important to follow any instructions provided by the healthcare provider regarding the collection and handling of the urine sample to ensure accurate results.

Test Name PROTEIN ELECTROPHORESIS 24 HOUR URINE Test
Components Does not include IFE
Price 910.0 AED
Sample Condition 20 mL (10 mL min.) aliquot of 24 hour urine.Donotusepreservatives. Record totalvolumeontestrequestformand urinecontainer. Shiprefrigeratedor frozen.
Report Delivery SampleDailyby9am;Report4days
Method AgaroseGelElectrophoresis
Test type Immunity
Doctor Physician
Test Department:
Pre Test Information No special preparation required
Test Details

Protein electrophoresis is a laboratory test that analyzes the different types of proteins present in a 24-hour urine sample. It is primarily used to diagnose and monitor various kidney and liver diseases.

During the test, the proteins in the urine sample are separated based on their size and electrical charge using a technique called electrophoresis. The urine sample is placed on a gel, and an electric current is applied. This causes the proteins to move through the gel at different rates, forming distinct bands or zones.

The separated proteins are then stained to make them visible and are analyzed under a special light to determine their relative amounts and types. The test can identify various proteins, including albumin, globulins, and Bence Jones proteins.

Protein electrophoresis can help diagnose conditions such as nephrotic syndrome, multiple myeloma, amyloidosis, and other kidney or liver disorders. It can also be used to monitor the progress of these conditions and assess the effectiveness of treatment.

It is important to collect the urine sample over a 24-hour period to obtain an accurate representation of the protein levels. The test is usually ordered by a healthcare provider if there are symptoms or findings suggestive of kidney or liver disease, such as proteinuria (excessive protein in the urine), edema, or abnormal liver function tests.

The results of protein electrophoresis are typically reported as a graph or a table showing the relative amounts of different protein fractions. Abnormal results may indicate an underlying condition that requires further investigation or treatment.

It is important to follow any instructions provided by the healthcare provider regarding the collection and handling of the urine sample to ensure accurate results.