Glutathione s-transferase (GST) - serum
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5 mL blood in plain tube.
| Reference Interval|
α GST: <10 µg/L.
Elevation of the α GST isoenzyme provides an indication of renal damage (especially rejection of a transplanted kidney) or hepatic parenchymal damage.
Elevation of the p GST isoenzyme is an indicator of biliary tract damage especially in association with rejection of a transplanted liver.
Elevation of the appropriate GST isoenzyme provides an early sensitive indicator of organ damage particularly rejection of a transplanted organ.
Beckett GJ and Hayes JD. Adv Cl Chem 1993; 50: 281-380.