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Mon – Sat: 8.00 am to 6.00 pm | Sunday: 8:00 am to 4:00 pm
Tel: 7208042200
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  • In the cases of abnormalities caused due to iron deficiencies in the bloodstream, the liver produces a glycoprotein called Transferrin that works as an iron-binding serum. Transferrin is produced by the body in order to level out the volume of iron while fighting any chronic abnormalities or other diseases. These abnormalities can also interfere in the production of Transferrin and making it disproportionate.
  • This test profiles the patients who suspect having congenital Transferrin abnormalities and enables them to decide their further course of action in treatment. This test acts as a parallel to TIBC.