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ID:1006 Phosphoethanolamine
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Description A key intermediate in the formation of cephalins; formed in liver and brain by phosphorylation of the amino acid ethanolamine.
Indication Useful in the diagnosis of hypophosphatasia which may cause hypercalcemia, dental problems or skeletal dysplasia.
Additional Info Please request urine amino acids and state phosphoethanolamine or ?hypophosphatasia in clinical details.
Concurrent Testsna
Dietary Requirementsna

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Other Help:National Laboratory Medicine Handbook

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Originally edited by : Robert Barski. Last edited on 31/05/2018 09:34:13. Published By RB on 31/05/2017 09:34:13.