GLDH Outsourcing from Randox Clinical Laboratory Services
Randox Clinical Laboratory Services offer an array of common and novel assays, with a large test menu of over 220 tests, across multiple platforms including our RX Series of clinical chemistry analysers and our Evidence Series Immunoassay analysers.
GLDH measurements can be taken to evaluate the liver function. Elevated blood serum levels indicate liver damage. GLDH also plays an important role in the differential diagnosis of liver disease, especially in combination with aminotransferases.
Liver diseases such as toxic liver damage or hypoxic liver disease are characterised by high serum levels. In clinical trials, GLDH can also be used as a measurement for the safety of a drug.
The Randox GLDH is an optimised standard method according to the recommendations of the Deutsche Gesellschaft für Klinische Chemie. This procedure measures the nonspecific creep reaction.
Wide measuring range
The Randox GLDH (DGKC) assay has a wide measuring range of 2.90 – 77.3 U/l which will comfortably detect levels outside of the healthy range
The GLDH (DGKC) assay showed a correlation of r=0.99 against another commercially available method
Stable to expiry when stored at 2-8⁰C
RCLS currently has four state of the art, fully functional ISO17025 accredited laboratories across the UK. They are situated in Liverpool, London and two in Northern Ireland, Hollywood and Randox Science Park in Antrim. RCLS looks to expand their team of experienced scientists, working towards further accreditations and furthermore setting up two additional labs in Dubai and Los Angeles. The addition of these purpose-built labs will give RCLS the ability to increase output to both the pharmaceutical, health and research market.
The RCLS laboratories offer unrivalled sample management and workflow with a unique identifier and sample traceability allowing patient history to be 100% accurate and guaranteed. The storage locations of sample are located separately with a duration of 15-25 years in fire proof cabinets. The sample rejection criteria and sample destruction processes are different from diagnostics standards as we offer multiple bar coding, sample manifests dictated by LIMS and double blinding of samples undergoing genomic testing.
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