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Intrinsic factor autoantibody test

Intrinsic factor autoantibody test

Intrinsic factor autoantibody test: The intrinsic factor autoantibody test is a laboratory test used to detect human serum autoantibodies to intrinsic factor. Antibody-mediated inhibition of intrinsic factor causes vitamin B12 deficiency and pernicious anemia.

Intrinsic factor autoantibody test: Other Names

Other names for Intrinsic factor autoantibody test include:

  • Intrinsic factor blocking antibody test

Symptoms Associated with Intrinsic factor autoantibody test

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Diseases Associated with Intrinsic factor autoantibody test

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