Liver20®

Why Liver20® is important?

The liver is the body's the most complicated organ. It plays a very important role in human metabolism. No liver pain can be felt until it gets very sick, and therefore need to know the status of liver function through a complete 20 blood tests, Liver20®.

How does Liver20® work?

  • Latest clinical technology is being used to test different liver stages from inflammation, fibrosis, cirrhosis, to HCC
  • Blood is being used as a sample to test
  • A complete solution where you can understand your comprehensive liver situation at once

What do you get with Liver20®?

The following biomarkers will be tested:

  • Acute/Chronic Hepatitis (HAV IgM, HAV IgG, HBsAg, Anti-HBs, HBeAg, Anti-HBe, Anti-HBc, Anti-HCV)
  • Liver Fibrosis (BioFibroScore®)
  • Hepatitis Viral Load (HBV Real-Time PCR, HCV Real-Time PCR)
  • Liver functions (GOT/GPT/Albumin/Globulin/AG ratio/T-Protein/ALP)
  • Alcoholic Hepatitis (r-GT)
  • Liver Cancer (AFP)

What are the possible outcomes?

  • Each biomarker showing your liver situation individually
  • A brief conclusion to explain the overall liver situation

How to get started?

1

Order the test

Order the test on our website and we will get in touch with you
2

Make a reservation

We will setup a time and place for you to take blood samples
3

Receive your report

Once we receive your sample, we process it at our CLIA lab and provide results within 4-6 weeks by mail / email
4

Follow up & monitor

A professional laboratory physician will call you to explain the report and schedule a follow up blood testing

Technical Information

  • Latest technology on instruments and reagents by GBC including liver fibrosis diagnosis (BioFibroScore®)
  • High analytical sensitivity and specificity (accuracy)
  • Clinically validated based on TAF and CAP guidelines at CurieMed Laboratory
  • Additional duplication assay included
  • Results interpreted by CurieMed laboratory physicians trained with over 10 years of experience with the instruments and reagents used for the biomarkers