Creatinine is a waste product produced by muscle metabolism that is filtered out of the blood by the kidneys. High levels of creatinine may indicate kidney disease or damage.

iollo markers that associate with Creatinine


Arginine is a precursor for the synthesis of creatine and subsequently creatinine. Arginine availability impacts creatine and creatinine levels.


Serum creatinine is a direct measure and marker of creatinine levels in the blood. Elevated creatinine indicates impaired kidney function.


Glycine is involved in the biosynthesis of creatine, which is broken down into creatinine. Changes in glycine levels can influence creatinine production and excretion.


Methionine acts as a methyl donor in the synthesis of creatine from guanidinoacetic acid. Methionine is indirectly related to creatinine levels.