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Antinuclear Antibody (ANA)

Item Catalog Number: LC164855

This test detects antibodies to nuclear antigens. The ANA test is ordered to help screen for autoimmune disorders such as rheumatoid arthritis, scleroderma and Sjögren’s syndrome. It is most often used as one of the tests to diagnose systemic lupus erythematosus (SLE).

Although a positive ANA result may suggest an autoimmune disorder, the test can be positive in people with allergies as well as older populations without known disease.

You can check for ANA antibodies with or without fasting. This test is not included in any other Life Extension Panel.

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4.0

A part of broad picture

By NB

from Los Angeles, CA

Comments about Life Extension Blood Labs Antinuclear Antibody (ANA) Blood Test:

This is part (c)test of standard abc toward autoimmune confirmation per main stream medicine. It some time may confuse or not reflect more specified autoimmune tested positive results. But 10/10, your immunologist or Rheumatologist will order ANA as part (c) in their portocol.

However, there is better, faster and accurate way to know rough degree in autoimmune disease. You fellow may learn in near future from LEF per my initiation.

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Results are generic

By mlw3008

from Seattle, WA

Comments about Life Extension Blood Labs Antinuclear Antibody (ANA) Blood Test:

This test result doesn't provide any useful data other than a simple positive or negative. The ratio the lab normal reports wasn't included. A simple positive result isn't helpful in monitor the sensitivity of the antibodies.

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