Clinical Chemistry

Clinical chemistry is the study of the biochemistry of bodily fluids. The concentrations of different chemical components in body fluids are measured using chemical reactions. The most often tested specimens in clinical chemistry, blood and urine, can contain a variety of chemicals that can be detected and quantified using a number of straightforward chemical tests.

Clinical chemistry also makes use of methods like spectrophotometry, immunoassays, and electrophoresis to assess the levels of elements like glucose, lipids, enzymes, electrolytes, hormones, proteins, and other metabolic products in human blood and urine.

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