Serum monoamine oxidase isoenzymes are classified into MAOI, MAOII, and MAOIII to aid in the diagnosis of cirrhosis and hepatitis. Polyacrylamide gel electrophoresis (PAGE): MAOI 28.3% to 36.3%. MAOII was 44.3% to 53.3%. MAOIII was 14.4% to 23.4%.

Basic Information

Specialist classification: Digestive examination classification: biochemical examination

Applicable gender: whether men and women apply fasting: fasting

Analysis results:

Below normal:
Rare.

Normal value:
MAOI: 28.3-36.3%
MAOII: 44.3-53.3%
MAOIII: 14.4-23.4%

Above normal:
Increased MAOI is seen in cirrhosis and chronic liver disease. Increased MAOII is seen in severe hepatitis and severe liver disease. Elevated MAOIII is seen in cirrhosis of the liver.

negative:

Positive:

Tips: Individual serum monoamine oxidase activity is easy to passive, should be determined multiple times. Normal value

Polyacrylamide gel electrophoresis (PAGE)

MAOI 28.3% to 36.3%.

MAOII was 44.3% to 53.3%.

MAOIII was 14.4% to 23.4%.

(Note the specific reference value depends on each laboratory.)

Clinical significance

1, MAOI increases liver cirrhosis, chronic liver disease.

2) MAOII raises severe hepatitis and severe liver disease.

3, MAOIII increased liver cirrhosis.

High results may be diseases: liver cirrhosis, chronic hepatitis precautions

Individual serum monoamine oxidase activity is easy to passive and should be determined multiple times.

Inspection process

Immediately after venous blood collection, the test is sent. The detection method was determined by polyacrylamide gel electrophoresis.

Not suitable for the crowd

no.

Adverse reactions and risks

no.