MWM 2.11: How to Interpret Urinary Tests of TCA Cycle Intermediates

Now we take it clinical: how do we use what we've learned so far to interpret the section of a urinary organic acids test that reports the citric acid cycle metabolites?

We begin by looking at the underlying chemistry to explain the curious absence of oxaloacetate on these tests. We conclude by mastering the ability to spot three unique patterns: energy overload, oxidative stress, and thiamin deficiency.

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