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Pyruvate Pyruvic Acid Test

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The Pyruvate (Pyruvic Acid) Test is a specialized diagnostic procedure designed to measure the level of pyruvic acid in the blood. Pyruvic acid is a key intermediate in the metabolic pathways of cells, playing a crucial role in energy production through glycolysis. Abnormal levels of pyruvate can indicate various metabolic disorders or conditions affecting energy production within the body.

At DNA Labs UAE, this test is offered to patients who may be experiencing symptoms related to metabolic dysfunction or to those who require monitoring for known metabolic conditions. The test cost is set at 760 AED. DNA Labs UAE utilizes state-of-the-art technology and methodologies to ensure accurate and reliable test results, providing essential insights into the patient’s metabolic health. This test is particularly useful for healthcare professionals in diagnosing and managing conditions related to energy metabolism, aiding in the development of targeted treatment plans.

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PYRUVATE PYRUVIC ACID Test – Cost AED: 760.0

Test Name: PYRUVATE PYRUVIC ACID Test

Components: Price: 760.0 AED

Sample Condition

3 mL (2 mL min.) whole blood from 1 Grey Top (Sodium Fluoride) tube. Mix whole blood immediately with equal volume of 7% Perchloric Acid. Mix well and centrifuge immediately. Separate supernatant and submit minimum 2 mL. Ship refrigerated or frozen.

Report Delivery

Sample Daily by 2 pm; Report Same day

Method

Spectrophotometry

Test Type

Metabolic disorders

Doctor

Pediatrician

Test Department

GENETIC

Pre Test Information

No special preparation required

Test Details

The pyruvate pyruvic acid test is a biochemical test used to determine the ability of an organism to convert pyruvate into pyruvic acid. Pyruvate is a key intermediate in the metabolism of carbohydrates and can be converted into various end products depending on the organism’s metabolic pathways. In this test, a culture of the organism is inoculated into a medium containing pyruvate as the sole carbon source. If the organism is able to utilize pyruvate, it will convert it into pyruvic acid through the process of decarboxylation. The production of pyruvic acid can be detected by the change in pH of the medium, which can be measured using pH indicators or pH-sensitive electrodes. Positive results are indicated by a decrease in pH, indicating the production of pyruvic acid. Negative results, on the other hand, show no change in pH, suggesting that the organism is unable to convert pyruvate into pyruvic acid. The pyruvate pyruvic acid test is commonly used in the identification and classification of bacteria, particularly in the Enterobacteriaceae family. Different species within this family have varying abilities to convert pyruvate, allowing for differentiation between them based on their test results.

Test Name PYRUVATE PYRUVIC ACID Test
Components
Price 760.0 AED
Sample Condition 3 mL (2 mL min.) whole blood from 1 Grey Top(SodiumFluoride)tube.Mix wholebloodimmediatelywithequal volume of 7% Perchloric Acid. Mix well andcentrifugeimmediately. Separate supernatantandsubmitminimum2mL. Shiprefrigeratedorfrozen.
Report Delivery Sample Daily by 2 pm; Report Same day
Method Spectrophotometry
Test type Metabolic disorders
Doctor Pediatrician
Test Department: GENETIC
Pre Test Information No special preparation required
Test Details

The pyruvate pyruvic acid test is a biochemical test used to determine the ability of an organism to convert pyruvate into pyruvic acid. Pyruvate is a key intermediate in the metabolism of carbohydrates and can be converted into various end products depending on the organism’s metabolic pathways.

In this test, a culture of the organism is inoculated into a medium containing pyruvate as the sole carbon source. If the organism is able to utilize pyruvate, it will convert it into pyruvic acid through the process of decarboxylation. The production of pyruvic acid can be detected by the change in pH of the medium, which can be measured using pH indicators or pH-sensitive electrodes.

Positive results are indicated by a decrease in pH, indicating the production of pyruvic acid. Negative results, on the other hand, show no change in pH, suggesting that the organism is unable to convert pyruvate into pyruvic acid.

The pyruvate pyruvic acid test is commonly used in the identification and classification of bacteria, particularly in the Enterobacteriaceae family. Different species within this family have varying abilities to convert pyruvate, allowing for differentiation between them based on their test results.