Protein Electrophoresis Test

The protein electrophoresis test measures blood levels of different types of proteins.

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Protein Electrophoresis Test FAQ

What is a protein electrophoresis test?

A protein electrophoresis test is a blood test used to check separate serum protein levels.

What proteins are tested in the protein electrophoresis test?

This test panel measures the levels of albumin, alpha-1, alpha-2, beta-1, beta-2 and gamma.

What type of specimen will I submit?

This Protein Electrophoresis Test is a blood test.

Do I need to fast to take this test?

Fasting is not necessary.

How long does it take to get test results?

It typically takes 4 business days or less.

Accesa Labs does not provide medical advice, diagnosis or treatment. All users should consult with a medical provider for specific health concerns.

Last updated on August 1, 2018

Protein Electrophoresis Test for $149

SPEP Test - More Information

The protein electrophoresis test, also known as an SPEP blood test and SPEP lab test, measures specific protein blood levels.

The SPEP blood test measures six fractions of proteins (globulins) - albumin, alpha-1, alpha-2, beta-1, beta-2, and gamma - using a serum protein electrophoresis methodology. These fractions are helpful for evaluating protein abnormalities such as multiple myeloma or a monoclonal gammopathy.

To get a protein electrophoresis blood test near you, just order online and get your blood drawn at the Quest Diagnostics lab. Once your protein electrophoresis lab report is ready, it will be available for download. As can be seen on the sample protein electrophoresis lab results above, the protein and globulin blood levels are reported as numbers which can be compared against the reference ranges provided by the lab.

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