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Test Name:Apolipoprotein Panel
Protocol Use Only:
Department:Laboratory Medicine
Lab Area:Chemistry
Last Modified on:02/04/2014 03:42:32 PM
Synonyms:APO A-I, APO B, B/A-I
 
Reference Ranges:

APOLIPOPROTEIN Panel  mg/dL (SI: g/L = 0.01 x  mg/dL)
Performed at National Institutes of Health, Bethesda MD
APO A-1
Effective 08Feb14 – present:
Male >=18Y:        104 – 202
Female >=18Y:    108 – 225
Effective 31Mar09 – 07Feb14:
Male:      110 – 205
Female: 125 – 215
Effective 11Jun03 – 30Mar09:
Male:      91 – 160
Female: 105 – 194
Effective  06Oct93 - 10Jun03:
Male:      90 – 203
Female: 106 – 244
Effective  05Mar92 - 05Oct93:
Male:  92 – 184
Female: 101 – 216  

APO B
Effective 08Feb14 – present:
Male >=18Y:         66 – 133
Female >=18Y:    60 – 117  
Effective 31Mar09 – 07Feb14:
Male:       55 – 140
Female:   55 – 125
Effective 11Jun03 – 30Mar09:
Male:       54 – 129
Female:   56 – 127
Effective  05Oct94 - 10Jun03:
Male:       48 – 164
Female:   53 – 173
Effective  06Oct93 - 04Oct94:
Male:      58 – 200
Female:  65 – 211
Effective  05Mar92 - 05Oct93:
Male:      63 - 165  
Female:  61 - 159  

APO B/A-1
Effective 31Mar09 – 07Feb14:
Male:      0.35 – 1.00 ratio
Female:  0.30 – 0.90 ratio  
Effective 11Jun03 – 30Mar09:
Male:      0.40 – 1.20 ratio
Female:  0.35 – 1.00 ratio    
Effective  06Oct93 - 10Jun03:
Male:      0.45 – 1.71 ratio
Female:  0.39 – 1.6 ratio      
Effective  05Mar92 - 05Oct93:
Male:      0.42 - 1.52 ratio
Female:  0.41 - 1.21 ratio            



 
 
 

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