Islet Cell Antibody Screen with Reflex to Titer

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Islet Cell Antibody

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The Islet Cell Antibody Screen with Reflex to Titer test contains 1 test with 1 biomarker.

Islet Cell Antibody Screen with Reflex to Titer

If Islet Cell Antibody Screen is positive, then Islet Cell Antibody Titer will be performed at an additional charge 

Reference Range(s)

Islet Cell Antibody ScreenNegative

  Islet Cell Antibody Titer<1.25 JDF units

Clinical Significance

Islet Cell Antibody Screen with Reflex to Titer - Type 1 diabetes is characterized by lymphocytic cell infiltrate of the pancreatic islets. Measurement of GAD-65, ICA-512, and Insulin Antibody is a highly sensitive means to assess risk and predict onset of Type 1 diabetes. There is a correlation between the number of positive antibodies and the antibody titers versus the severity of the autoimmune process.


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