Specific Organ Function

Assays to assess cardiovascular, kidney, liver, pancreatic and thyroid status.

Excess cholesterol in the blood can be deposited on the walls of blood vessels leading to atherosclerosis and increased risk of
heart disease and stroke.

Creatinine is a common diagnostic test for investigating kidney health and function, often used in conjunction with albumin to calculate an Albumin to Creatinine Ratio (ACR).
There are number of diagnostic parameters for investigating liver health and function, including bile acids, bilirubin, Hyaluronic Acid (HA), aminotransferases, GLDH and other enzymes.

For many labs, the faecal elastase assay is the preferred test used to screen for exocrine pancreatic insufficiency; the test is easy to perform, and convenient for patients as only one sample is required and the test is non-invasive. The faecal elasta


A range of ELISA kits for thyroid function testing, including thyroxine (T4) and T3.