Investigation of adrenal insufficiency and aid in the detection of those at risk of developing autoimmune adrenal failure. Positive results indicate the presence of adrenal autoantibodies consistent with Addison's disease. Research Use Only.
< 1 U/mL
* Reference ranges may change over time. Please refer to the original patient report when evaluating results.
3 - 10 days
- Adrenal Antibody
- Anti-adrenal Antibodies
- 21-OH Antibody
- Adrenal Cortex Antibodies
- Hydroxylase Antibodies, 21-
- Adrenal Antibodies, 21-Hydroxylase
The microsomal autoantigen 21-hydroxylase (55 kilodalton) has been shown to be the primary autoantigen associated with autoimmune Addison's disease. 21-Hydroxylase antibodies are markers of autoimmune Addison's disease, whether it presents alone, or as part of Type I or Type II (APS). Test sent to Mayo Medical Laboratories.