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Doctors Data

Product code: EED1

Category: Detoxification

Category: Environmental Toxicity

Hepatic Detox Profile

£134.00

Hepatic Detox Profile
Hepatic Detox Profile
Hepatic Detox Profile

Doctors Data

Product code: EED1

Category: Detoxification

Category: Environmental Toxicity

Hepatic Detox Profile

£134.00

The Hepatic Detox Profile measures D-glucaric acid and mercapturic acids. This is an efficient method of measuring how well the body is eliminating chemical toxins through enzymatic processes in the liver.

The body continually attempts to eliminate chemical toxins through enzymatic processes in the liver. Urinary D-glucaric acid, a byproduct of Phase I detoxification, is an indicator of chemical exposure to over 200 chemicals. Urinary mercapturic acids are excreted end products of Phase II detoxification. Together, assessment of these two analytes provides valuable information about exposure to xenobiotics, liver disease and the ability of the liver to eliminate toxins. This non-invasive test requires a single, first-morning void (FMV) urine collection.

  • D-glucaric acid
  • Mercapturic acid
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The Hepatic Detox Profile measures D-glucaric acid and mercapturic acids. This is an efficient method of measuring how well the body is eliminating chemical toxins through enzymatic processes in the liver.

The body continually attempts to eliminate chemical toxins through enzymatic processes in the liver. Urinary D-glucaric acid, a byproduct of Phase I detoxification, is an indicator of chemical exposure to over 200 chemicals. Urinary mercapturic acids are excreted end products of Phase II detoxification. Together, assessment of these two analytes provides valuable information about exposure to xenobiotics, liver disease and the ability of the liver to eliminate toxins. This non-invasive test requires a single, first-morning void (FMV) urine collection.

Turnaround time: 12 WORKING DAYS
  • D-glucaric acid
  • Mercapturic acid
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