Copper (Cu) - plasma
Copper in the plasma is transported on transcuprein I and II, albumin and metallothionein:copper is transported to the liver from the site of absorption in the gut by albumin (the most non - specific of the copper transport proteins).
Most of the copper in plasma is present as the ferro-oxidase enzyme ceruloplasmin, which is a positive acute phase reactant and hence rises in concentration in the plasma during inflammation.
No copper containing supplements for 24 hours prior to testing
Included in Profiles:
Plasma mineral screen and health risk profile
rep-plasma-minerals.pdf (Click to Download)
Navy Blue (EDTA)
Postal Samples Acceptable:
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