Urine Sulphocysteine


Sulphite oxidase deficiency due to either an isolated deficiency of the enzyme sulphite oxidase or its co-factor, molybdenum.

Also known as

Urine Sulphite

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To request this test please send sample with a request providing patient ID (three identifiers), specimen information, assay required, relevant clinical details and sender information. Before sending sample please read details on requesting and labelling by clicking on the link. Please also refer to any additional information provided for this test.

Additional information

Can also be done on plasma or CSF. Plasma should be spun and separated. Samples should be frozen as soon as possible at �20�C

Sending address

Chemical Pathology Reception
Level 1, Camelia Botnar Building
Great Ormond Street Hospital
Great Ormond Street

Laboratory service

Chemical Pathology

Sample requirements

5 ml plain universal specimen pot

Reference range

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Turnaround time

3 - 6 weeks

Disease / group

Sulphite Oxidase Deficiency


Upon request

Call in advance?

Not required

Chemical Pathology

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