Albumin is one of the most abundant proteins found in the bloodstream. It helps to prevent fluid from exiting the blood vessels. It is a protein made by your liver. If there are abnormal levels of albumin it could signal issues with your liver or kidneys. It could also signal nutrient deficiency.
Gamma-Glutamyl Transferase, measures the levels of GGT in the blood. It is an enzyme found throughout the body but most commonly found in the liver. High levels of GGT in the blood could be an indicator of damage to the liver or bile ducts. Normal ranges suggest that there is no liver damage.
BUN is an acronym – it stands for Blood Urea Nitrogen. This test measures the amount of nitrogen in your blood that comes from the waste product, urea. Urea is the main nitrogenous broken-down product of protein. Urea is made in the liver and leaves your body through urine. This is an indicator or liver and kidney function.
Creatinine is a chemical compound waste product that comes from the normal deterioration of muscles in the body. Normal levels of creatinine will depend on your gender, body size, age, and race. This means there is no “normal” level. This test can measure how well your kidneys are functioning and how well they are filtering waste from your blood. Creatinine leaves your body through urine.
ALT stands for Alanine Transaminase which is an enzyme found mainly in the liver. Based on the level of ALT, this test is used to monitor liver function. ALT is excreted into the bloodstream when there is damage done to the liver cells.
ALKP measures the amount of Alkaline Phosphatase enzyme in your blood. This enzyme is typically found in the liver, bones, intestines, and kidneys. This is most often tested for liver disease.
This particular test measures the total amount of two classes of proteins found in the fluid of your blood - albumin and globulin.
This type of test refers to all of the bilirubin in your blood including unconjugated (indirect) bilirubin and conjugated (direct) bilirubin.