PSA is a glycoprotein related to the proteases enzyme family. PSA has been found to form complexes with two of the major extracellular protease inhibitors in blood, alpha anti chymotrypsin (ACT) and alpha macroglobulin (AMG).
A small fraction of PSA remains free in blood. In prostate cancer patients PSA complexed with ACT (PSA...
< 0.05 – 0.42 ng/ml
When to get Tested
Benign prostate cells
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