Test Details

Apolipoprotein- E Test in Samastipur

380014000

Includes 1 Parameter

72% off for a limited period

FastingNot Required
Get reports in15 days

What is it for ?

APOE test can diagnose the presence of the APOE4 variant causing enhanced risk of Alzheimer’s disease.

test Instructions

  • Age Group: 5+ Years

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Included Tests

Package includes following parameters

Apolipoprotein- E (1)

  • Apolipoprotein- E

Apolipoprotein-E test in Samastipur

Introduction

Apolipoprotein-E is a protein responsible for producing lipoproteins, which carry cholesterol and other fats through the bloodstream.

Certain variants of the APOE gene are associated with an increased risk of developing certain diseases, such as Alzheimer's and cardiovascular disease. While the test is not a diagnosing tool, it can provide valuable information for doctors to assess a person's risk of developing Alzheimer's.

The Apo-E blood test is usually recommended to help evaluate a person's risk of developing heart disease or certain types of Alzheimer's disease.

Understanding the results of the Apolipoprotein-E test can help people make informed decisions about their health and lifestyle.

Apo e genotype test is quick, non-invasive, and relatively inexpensive, making it a low-risk option for those looking to understand their genetic risk.

Apolipoprotein-E Test Price in Samastipur

Name Of The Test Apolipoprotein-E test
Sample Type Blood
Number Of Tests 1
Actual Test Price 14000
Discounted Test Price 7000
Home Sample Collection Available
Additional Cost For Home Sample Collection Nil
Fasting Before Test Not Required
Get Reports Within 14 Days

Don't Delay - Book Your Test With Redcliffe Labs Now!

At Redcliffe Labs, we are proud to offer the most reliable apolipoprotein-e (Apo-E) test in Samastipur at an affordable price. Our state-of-the-art laboratory is equipped with the latest technology and staffed by highly trained specialists and technologists, all of whom are dedicated to providing reliable testing services.

We aim to help our clients make informed decisions about their health and well-being by offering reliable Apo-E testing at a cost-effective rate. Book your test today!

Frequently Asked Questions

Why is an apolipoprotein-E (Apo-E) test recommended?
An Apo-E test is usually recommended to help evaluate a person's risk of developing heart disease or certain types of Alzheimer's disease.
    How is the Apolipoprotein-E (APOE) test performed?
    The apolipoprotein e-test is typically done by drawing a blood sample from a vein in the arm. The blood sample is then sent to a laboratory for analysis.
      Is an apolipoprotein-E (Apo-E) test painful?
      An Apo-E test is generally not painful, although some people may experience mild discomfort or bruise at the blood draw site.
        What do the results of the Apo-E test mean?
        The Apo-E gene comes in three different forms, known as alleles: E2, E3, and E4. Various combinations of these alleles can affect a person's risk of developing heart disease or Alzheimer's disease. Your results will indicate which variant of the Apo-E gene you have. If you have two copies of the e4 variant, you are at a higher risk for heart disease, stroke, and Alzheimer’s.

          72% off for a limited period

          Frequently Asked Questions

          Why is an apolipoprotein-E (Apo-E) test recommended?
          An Apo-E test is usually recommended to help evaluate a person's risk of developing heart disease or certain types of Alzheimer's disease.
            How is the Apolipoprotein-E (APOE) test performed?
            The apolipoprotein e-test is typically done by drawing a blood sample from a vein in the arm. The blood sample is then sent to a laboratory for analysis.
              Is an apolipoprotein-E (Apo-E) test painful?
              An Apo-E test is generally not painful, although some people may experience mild discomfort or bruise at the blood draw site.
                What do the results of the Apo-E test mean?
                The Apo-E gene comes in three different forms, known as alleles: E2, E3, and E4. Various combinations of these alleles can affect a person's risk of developing heart disease or Alzheimer's disease. Your results will indicate which variant of the Apo-E gene you have. If you have two copies of the e4 variant, you are at a higher risk for heart disease, stroke, and Alzheimer’s.