Prestations

Iodolab realizes all your analysis of trace elements, minerals, vitamins, metabolic and inflammation parameters, diagnosis of pregnancy

OUR ANALYSIS


ParameterMatrixCategorieTube/ Volume (after centrifugation)MethodSample stability
Amb T°/2-8°C/-20°C
Price €
excl. VAT
ALAT (GPT)BMetabolismHep or EDTA or Serum / 100µlColorimetric test,
Without P5P IFCC37°C
3d / 7d / 7d8,30€
AlbuminB, MMetabolismHep or EDTA or Serum / 100µl
Milk/ 1ml
Colorimetric test,
(Bromocresol green)
10d / 10d / 1y11,15€
ALP (alkaline phosphatase)BMetabolismHep or Serum / 100µlColorimetric test,
kinetic (DGKC)
10d / 10d / 2m8,30€
ASAT (GOT)BMetabolismHep or Serum / 100µlColorimetric test,
Without P5P IFCC37°C
2d / 4d / 3m8,30€
b-carotenBVitaminsHep or EDTA or Serum / 150µluHPLC, UV detection8d / 8d / 6m
à l'abri de la lumière
38,20€
BHBBMetabolismHep or EDTA or Serum / 100µlColorimetric test,
End point enzymatic
4d / 10d / 1m15,00€
Bicarbonates (TCO2)B, UMineralsHep or Serum / 100µl
urine bottle / 1ml
Colorimetric test,
Enzymatique test
(PEPC)
8d / 8dj / 2w (B)
7d / 7d / 7d (U)
7,90€
Bile AcidsBMetabolismHep or EDTA or Serum / 100µlEnzyme cycling method, (Fifth Generation)3d / 3d / 3m11,95€
Bilirubin (direct)BMetabolismHep or Serum / 100µlColorimetric test,
(DCA)
1d / 2d / 6m
protect from light
8,30€
Bilirubin (total)BMetabolismHep or Serum / 100µlColorimetric test,
(DCA)
1d / 2d / 6m
protect from light
8,30€
Biotin (vitamin H or B8)BVitaminsHep or EDTA or Serum / 200µlELISA10d / 10d / 6m
protect from light
42,10€
C2, C3, C4"BMetabolismHep / 2mlGC1m / 1m / 6m36,13€
CalciumB, UMineralsHep or Serum / 100µl
urine bottle / 1ml
Colorimetric test,
End point
(phosphonazo III)
7d / 10d / 8m
10d / 10d / 3w (U)
7,90€
CeruloplasminBTrace elementsSerum / 100µlPhotometric immunoturbidimetry test4d / 7d / 3m26,50€
ChlorideB, UMineralsHep or Serum / 100µl
urine bottle / 1ml
ISE method -
indirect
8d / 8d / 1y (B)
10d / 10d / 1y (U)
7,90€
CholesterolBMetabolismHep or EDTA or Serum / 100µlColorimetric test,
Enzymatic test
« CHOD-PAP »
10d / 10d / 3m8,30€
CKBMetabolismHep or EDTA or Serum / 100µlColorimetric test ,
UV kinetic
(IFCC/DGKC)
2d / 4d / 4w8,30€
Cobalt"BTrace elementsHep / 500µlICP-MS4d / 7d / 3m70,50€
CopperB, M"Trace elementsHep / 300µl
Milk/ 25ml
Colorimetric test10d / 10d / 1y (B)
4d / 7d / 3m (M)
12,39€ (B)
35,07€ (M)
Cortisol"BEndocrinology Serum / 600µlRIA7d / 7d / 6m30,00€
CreatinineB, UMetabolismHep or Serum / 100µl
urine bottle / 1ml
Colorimetric test,
(Jaffé method)
9d / 9d / 3m (B)
10d / 10d / 3m (U)
8,30€ (B, U)
dROMsBAnti-oxydantsHep or serum / 100µlColorimetric test1d / 4d / 1m46,57€
FructosamineBMetabolismEDTA or Serum / 100µlEnzymatic test10d / 10d / 2m16,80€
GGTBMetabolismHep or Serum / 100µlColorimetric test,
Szasz/persijn method
(non IFCC)
4d / 4d / 1y8,30€
GLDHBMetabolismHep or EDTA or Serum / 100µlColorimetric test,
(DGKC)
7d / 10d / 4w8,30€
GlucoseBMetabolismSodium FluorideUV enzymatic test (hexokinase)1d8,30€
GSH-pxe
GSH-pxp
BTrace elementsHep (whole blood) / 1ml
Hep / 100µl
Colorimetric test (Paglia & Valentine)4d / 4d / -
1d / 1d / -
19,10€
Haptoglobin (bovine)BInflammationHep or EDTA or Serum / 300µlImmunodiffusion Radiale8d / 8d / 1y16,75€
Haptoglobin (other species)BInflammationHep / 100µlColorimetric test8d / 8d / 1y26,50€
IgG (bovine, ovine, caprine, equine, porcine)B, MImmunityHep or EDTA or Serum / 200µl
Milk/ 1ml
Immunodiffusion Radiale9d / 9d / 1y11,15€
IgG (other species)B, MImmunitySerum / 200µl
Milk/ 1ml
Electrophoresis9d / 9d / 1y13,15€
Inorganic iodine*B, U, LTrace elementsHep or EDTA or Serum / 600µl
urine bottle / 600µl
Lait / 1ml
Internal Method, Colorimetric test (Sandell & Kolthoff)14d / 14d / 1y19,10€ (B, U)
37,17€ (M)
Insuline"BEndocrinology Serum / 600µlRIA7d / 7d / 6m30,00€
Ionised calciumBMineralsHep or Serum / 500µlBlood gas1d / 3d / 3m21,10€
IronBTrace elementsHep or Serum / 100µlColorimetric test
with ferene
4d / 9d / 1y13,07€
LactoferrinMMetabolismMilk / 1mlImmunodiffusion Radiale3d / 3d / 3m15,80€
LactoseMMetabolismMilk / 1mlEnzymatic UV test3d / 5d / 3m11,69€
LDHBMetabolismHep or Serum / 100µlColorimetric test,
(DGKC)
4d / 6s / 3m8,30€
Lead"BToxicologyEDTA (whole blood) / 1mlAAS4d / 7d / 3m70,50€
LipaseBMetabolismHep or Serum / 100µlEnzymatic test2d / 2d / 1y8,30€
MagnesiumB, UMineralsHep or Serum / 100µl
urine bottle/ 1ml
Colorimetric test,
Xylidyll blue
10d / 10d / 1y (B)
4d / 4d / 1y (U)
7,90€
Manganese"B, MTrace elementsSerum / 250µl
Milk / 25ml
AAS4d / 7d / 3m45,00€ (B)
35,07€ (M)
MDA (Malondialdéhyde)BAnti-oxydantsHep or EDTA / 300µlHPLC, Fluo detection1d / 3d / 1m36,84€
NEFA (Non esterified fatty acids)BMetabolismHep or EDTA or Serum / 100µlColorimetric test,
End point enzymatic
1d / 8d / 1y15,00€
Numeration FormulaBHematologyEDTA (whole blood) / 1mlFluoro flow
cytometry
1d / - / -35,07€
Blood OsmolarityBMineralsCalculation with Na, K, glucose, urea---------
Urinary OsmolarityUMineralsCalculation with Na, K, urea---------
OXYBAnti-oxydantsHep or EDTA or Serum / 100µlColorimetric test10d / 10d / 1m46,57€
PAGs (bovin)BPregnancy DiagnosticEDTA or Serum / 250µlELISA3d / 10d / -9,50€
PAGs (buffle)BPregnancy DiagnosticEDTA / 250µlELISA3d / 10d / -9,50€
PAGs (ovin/caprin)BPregnancy DiagnosticSerum / 250µlELISA3d / 10d / -9,50€
Pancreatic AmylaseBMetabolismHep or EDTA or Serum / 100µlColorimetric test,
Enzymatic test
8d / 8d / 1y8,30€
pHUMineralsurine bottle / 1mlColorimetric test7d / 7d / 1y3,50€
PhosphorusB, UMineralsHep or Serum / 100µl
urine bottle/ 1ml
Colorimetric test,
UV end point
(phosphomolybdate)
3d / 10d / 1y (B)
2d / 2d / 1y (U)
7,90€
PotassiumB, UMineralsHep / 100µl
flacon urine / 1ml
ISE method -
indirect
1d / 1d / 3m (B)
10d / 10d / 1y (U)
7,90€
SAA (Serum Amyloïde A)BInflammationSerum / 100µlPhotometric immunoturbidimetry test17d / 17d / 1y26,50€
Selenium"B, MTrace elementsSerum / 250µl
Milk / 25ml
AAS1w / 2w / 1y (B)
4d / 7d / 3m (M)
45,00€ (B)
35,07€ (M)
SID (Strong ion difference)B, UMineralsCalculation with Na, K, Cl---------
SODeBAnti-oxydantsHep or EDTA (sang total) / 1mlColorimetric test3d / 3d / -19,10€
SodiumB, UMineralsHep or Serum / 100µl
urine bottle/ 1ml
ISE method -
indirect
4d / 4d / 3m (B)
10d / 10d / 1y (U)
7,90€
TAS (Total Antioxydant status)BAnti-oxydantsHep or Serum / 100µl Colorimetric test1d / 3d / 2s37,00€
TIBC/CSTBTrace elementsSerum / 600µlDirect method (transferrin saturation)10d / 10d / 1y48,39€
Total proteinsB, MImmunityHep or EDTA or Serum / 100µl
Milk / 1ml
Colorimetric test,
(Biuret reaction)
10d / 10d / 1y7,90€
Total thyroxin (T4)"BEndocrinology Hep or EDTA or Serum / 320µlChemiluminescence10d / 10d / 3m23,50€
TriglyceridesBMetabolismHep or EDTA or Serum / 100µlColorimetric test,
Enzymatic test (GPO)
3d / 4d / 1y8,30€
UreaB, U, L"MetabolismHep or EDTA or Serum / 100µl
urine bottle / 1ml
Milk / 50ml
UV enzymatic test,
(urease-GLDH)
3d / 10d / 1y (B)
10d / 10d / 1y (U)
3d / 3d / - (M)
8,30€ (B, U)
4,12€ (M)
Uric acidBMetabolismHep or Serum / 100µlPhotometric enzymatic test (ascorbate-oxydase)3d / 7d / 6m8,30€
Vitamin 25OHD3BVitaminsHep or EDTA or Serum / 200µluHPLC, UV detection8d / 10d / 1y
protect from light
38,20€
Vitamin AB, MVitaminsHep or EDTA or Serum / 300µl
Milk/ 1ml
uHPLC, UV detection10d / 10d / 6m
protect from light
38,20€
Vitamin B1"BVitaminsEDTA (whole blood) / 1mlHPLC4d / 7d / 3m48,00€
Vitamin B6"BVitaminsEDTA (whole blood) / 1mlHPLC4d / 7d / 3m48,00€
Vitamin B9 (folates)"BVitaminsHep or Serum / 250µlChemiluminescence1d / 5d / 6m
protect from light
38,20€
Vitamin B12"BVitaminsHep or EDTA or Serum / 250µlChemiluminescence1d / 5d / 6m
protect from light
38,20€
Vitamin CBVitaminsHep or EDTA or Serum / 300µluHPLC, UV detectionConsult us before taking
2h / - / 5d
38,20€
Vitamin EBVitaminsHep or EDTA or Serum / 300µluHPLC, UV detection10d / 10d / 6m
protect from light
38,20€
ZincB, M"Trace elementsHep / 300µl
Milk/ 25ml
Colorimetric test10d / 10d / 1y (B)
4d / 7d / 3m (M)
12,39€ (B)
35,07€ (M)
* : test under COFRAC accreditation (ISO17025) n°1-5728, scope available on www.cofrac.fr
" : test realized by a partnership laboratory
B : blood, U : urine, M : milk
Hep : heparin lithium plasma

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SAMPLING METHOD


Obtaining an interpretable and reliable biology result is the result of the mastery of the analytical technique, the sampling technique (type of tube, filling volume), the delay and the conditions of dispatch

Place the tube in the refrigerator before shipping to extend its shelf life (+4°C maximum 2 days).

Shipment preferably from Monday to Wednesday: avoid shipment on Friday (risk of deterioration during the weekend).

The use of expired tubes is not encouraged.

Shipment by Chronopost, ask us for packing slips or edit them here. Your shipment will then be invoiced 10 € HT whatever the number of samples. Tubes received before 11:00 am are processed the same day, the others can be carried over to the next day.

You can also request a collection by chronopost, which will require an extra 11€, here.

Primary tubes and secondary tubes after analysis are kept for two weeks. They are then systematically destroyed. The sample remains the property of the customer. If the customer wishes to recover it after analysis, he must request it.

Choose the right tube according to the examination to be carried out:

Tube colours are standardised and meet French, European and international standards. Biochemical examination: use a dry tube (with or without separator gel) for a serum assay or a Heparin-Lithium tube for a whole blood or plasma assay. Assay on red blood cells (e.g. GSH-pxe, SODe): Whole blood is required to isolate the red blood cell. The dry (red) tubes contain coagulation activators, so the cells form a clot which prevents us from isolating the erythrocytes -> rejected tubes.

Choose the tube volume adapted to the species and the examination to be carried out:

The quantity of anticoagulant is calculated precisely according to the tube capacity (e.g. filling level not reached: dilution effect of the sample and disturbances of certain analyses due to too high concentration of anticoagulant).

Fill the sample tubes :

Sampling with a syringe: rapid and delicate transfer of blood into the tube, taking care to remove the needle from the syringe to avoid iatrogenic haemolysis of the sample. Gently invert several times to homogenize the blood with the anticoagulant. Recommended order if several tubes are to be filled: Dry without additive, Citrate, Dry with additive, Heparin and EDTA. This minimizes clotting-related interference.

Avoid interference due to incorrect choice of anticoagulant:

Lithium Heparin allows all the biochemical analyses, electrolytes and acid-base balance to be carried out. Caution: Sodium heparin obviously interferes with Na+ assays. – Citrates do not allow either the assays of calcium, many enzymes, electrolytes and elements of the acid-base balance. – Fluoride tubes block glycolysis: essential for blood sugar dosing. – EDTA is a chelating agent; it traps metals -> impossible to dose Zn, Cu, Fe, Ca, Mg,… EDTA chelates calcium and as such is to be avoided for biochemical assays in general. Indeed, a large number of biochemical assays use calcium as a cofactor and are therefore strongly disturbed: Mg, Creatinine, PAL, Amylase for example will be strongly underestimated. Conversely, interactions with electrolyte assays will give results of K+ and Na+ strongly overestimated.

Lipemia, hemolysis and jaundice are three main pre-analytical conditions that may skew the result.

Lipaemia (= lactescence)

It is caused by the presence of triglycerides. It is a change that is most often post-prandial and physiological (= non-pathological). It can be avoided by fasting for 12 hours. Some results may be distorted (e.g. Na+ and Cl- in the ionogram, measured by indirect potentiometry).
Hemolysis

Most often hemolysis is a strict in-vitro change, caused by a difficult to take blood sample / inappropriate needle diameter, a delay in separating the serum (or plasma), accidental freezing or overheating of whole blood, a delay in sending/receiving the sample, and finally lipemia (weakening of the red blood cells). There are several mechanisms that will falsify certain test results during hemolysis: Changes in absorbance (e.g. creatinine, bilirubins, lipase, amylase, cholesterol, triglycerides. The degree of hemolysis required to alter the result may vary. Interference and direct measurement of hemoglobin (e.g., total protein, ALT) Release of molecules of diagnostic interest or involved in the chemical reactions of the analyzer (e.g., potassium, folate, LDH, AST, iron and phosphorus)

Icterus

An icteric sample often already reflects a pathological condition and has as its main consequence an alteration of absorbance which will distort the measurement of several analytes. This is particularly true for creatinine, which can be lowered falsely.

Light

Vitamins A, E and D3 and β-carotene degrade in light. -> protect the tube with e.g. aluminium foil.

Sample mixtures

Only a few methods have been validated to accept mixed samples. Sometimes, these sample mixtures are accompanied by a reserve e.g. NF U47 600-1 specifies that “the result obtained from a mixture of samples does not predict the results that would be obtained from individual analyses”. Mixing of samples may result in a loss of sensitivity of the method by dilution, by reaction in the manufactured mixture, or by camouflage due to contact with samples from animals not having the same status with regard to the disease sought.


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