Intracellular Anniversary Test
This Intracellular Jubilee Test is offered only because of the celebration of Blood Values Test's 10th anniversary with you.
The blood test consists of:
- Blood count
- Magnesium intracellular from heparin blood
- Active Vitamin B12 holo tc from serum
- Folic acid intracellular folate RBC folat FOLSER from EDTA blood
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With the intracellular heparin blood test, you can better determine the magnesium content in the cell. In fact, an ordinary serum test does not say much about the magnesium content in the cell. This is because less than 1 of the magnesium is in the blood. The Holo-Tc test measures the active B12. The advantage is that it gives a better picture the total value can be normal while there may be a B12 deficiency. This deficiency is then present at the cellular level. The disadvantage of this test is that it requires special equipment, which not every laboratory is willing or able to pay for. The advantage is that it is the most direct way to measure a B12 deficiency. Active B12 TC (10-20 of total B12) binds to TC and is available for processes in the cell. Only this is useful and therefore important to measure. The remaining 80-90 B12 is only used for transport and storage in the body.
The Folic Acid Test (RBC Folat): the folate in erythrocytes (red blood cells) can be measured more accurately than the level in serum. If, for example, you have just eaten something that contains a lot of magnesium then determining the value in serum can give a wrong picture.
Because vitamin B12, folic acid and magnesium have a great influence on each other, it is important to determine the values of all three as accurately as possible. This allows a doctor to make a diagnosis that cannot be clearly measured with conventional tests.