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  1. Protein C Activity

    Aids in diagnosis of decreased activity of Protein C characterized by recurrent venous thrombosis. Acquired deficiencies associated with Protein C include: Oral anticoagulant therapy, liver disease, vitamin K deficiency…... More

  2. Protein C Antigen

    Aids in diagnosis of congenital deficiencies characterized by recurrent venous thrombosis. Acquired deficiencies associated with Protein C include: oral anticoagulant therapy, liver disease, vitamin K deficiency, …... More

  3. Protein S Antigen, Free

    Protein S Antigen, Free CPT Code(s) 85306 Methodology Immunoturbidimetric Limitations Expected impact by therapeutic levels (potential interference depends upon drug concentration): Warfarin: decrease; Heparin (UFH or …... More

  4. Protein S Antigen, Total

    Protein S Antigen, Total CPT Code(s) 85305 Methodology Immunoturbidimetric Limitations Expected impact by therapeutic levels (potential interference depends upon drug concentration): Warfarin: no effect to decrease; …... More

  5. Prothrombin (Factor II) 20210GA Mutation Analysis

    Factor II Mutation (G20210A) is one of the most common causes of venous thrombosis. 2.3% of the general population is heterozygous in contrast with 6.2% of patients with venous thrombosis and 18% with familial venous …... More

  6. JAK2 Exons 12 and 13 Mutations, Qualitative, Leumeta

    Myeloproliferative disorders (MPDs) are clonal hematopoietic stem cell malignancies characterized by excessive production of blood cells by hematopoietic precursors. In addition to thrombotic and hemorrhagic …... More

  7. C4 Binding Protein, Plasma

    C4B is a complement binding protein that specifically binds 50% circulating protein S, a vitamin K dependent cofactor of protein C activation. Since C4B may be elevated in certain disease states, this may affect the …... More

  8. Factor V (Leiden) Mutation Analysis

    Factor V (Leiden) Mutation is a point mutation that causes resistance of Factor V protein degradation by activated protein C (APC). This mutation is associated with increased risk of venous thrombosis.... More

  9. Factor V HR2 Allele DNA Mutation Analysis

    Factor V HR2 Allele, DNA Mutation Analysis is useful in patients who are carriers of Factor V Mutation (Leiden). Coinheritance of Factor V Mutation (Leiden) is associated with a 3-4-fold increased risk of venous …... More

  10. Factor VIII Activity, Chromogenic

    Preferred test in patients with Lupus anticoagulant, on heparin or direct thrombin inhibitors, or on Factor VIII concentrates.... More

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