Polyols are ubiquitous metabolites formed by reduction of sugars. Several inborn errors of metabolism with abnormal polyol concentrations in body fluids are known to date. Urinary polyols are used in the diagnosis of transaldolase and ribose-5-phosphate isomerase deficiency.
|08 (UR) - Urine
|Test not routinely available. Please discuss with Robert Barski (Biochemical Genetics lab) or the Duty Biochemist (x26922 option 2). For more information, visit https://www.amc.nl/web/laboratory-genetic-metabolic-diseases-lgmd/metabolites.htm
|Turnaround time stated by Amsterdam UMC Laboratory of Metabolic Genetic Diseases: 4 weeks
|Blood Sciences LGI
(Test referred to: Amsterdam UMC Laboratory of Metabolic Genetic Diseases)
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|Minimum Volume: 1ml.
Instructions to lab: Store frozen. Discuss with Duty Biochemist / Rob Barski re dispatch to Amsterdam.
|Ref. Range Notes
|Interpretation will be provided with the report.
|UPOL1R & SA1R