0), normal serum transferrin receptor concentration (25 [micro] mol/L), normal 24-hour urine copper excretion (0.
What does sTfR stand for?
sTfR stands for Serum Transferrin Receptor
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Iron deficiency indicators in children (8,11,14,17) Indicator/Age Normal Storage iron depletion Serum ferritin ([micro]g/L) Newborn 25-200 NA 1 month 200-600 NA 2-5 months 50-200 NA 6 months-3 years 7-140 <7 Serum iron ([micro]g/dL) Newborn 100-250 NA 1-12 months 40-100 NA 1-3 years 50-120 NA TIBC ([micro]g/dL) 1-12 months 100-400 360-390 1-3 years 100-400 360-390 % transferrin saturation 1-12 months 35-55% 15-30% 1-3 years 35-55% 15-30% FEP/ZPP (mg/dL) (hematoflourometer method) <30 30-99 Serum Transferrin Receptor (mg/L) 1 month-3 years <5.
Serum transferrin receptor and transferrin receptor-ferritin index identify healthy subjects with subclinical iron deficits.
Automated immunoturbidimetric method for measuring serum transferrin receptor [Technical Brief].
Quantitative assessment of erythropoiesis and functional classification of anemia based on measurements of serum transferrin receptor and erythropoietin.
Serum transferrin receptor distinguishes the anemia of chronic disease from iron deficiency anemia.
Single values of serum transferrin receptor and transferrin receptor ferritin index can be used to detect true and functional iron defciency in rheumatoid arthritis patients with anemia.
Serum transferrin receptor (TfR) is mostly derived from bone marrow erythroblasts, and TfR concentrations are increased by both enhanced erythropoiesis and iron deficiency (1-5).