Re: Elevated pyruvate
- --- In Mito@yahoogroups.com, Tammy Martin <dtmartin628@...> wrote:
>told that the level our kid's pyruvate was elevated was real and not a
> We have had this as well and the labs were drawn correctly. We were
lab error. It is also listed as part of their lab evidence of the Mito.
> Tammythe UMDF website and all the mito information states that a elevated
pyruvate in the absence of a elevated lactate means nothing . even if
drawn right. you must have a elevated lactate with the elevated
pyruvate for it to be significant.