White Blood Cell count is a measure of the total number of white blood cells in the blood. High or low levels can indicate infection, inflammation, or other health problems.

iollo markers that associate with White Blood Cell


Alanine is an amino acid that can be metabolized to glucose and used as an energy source by white blood cells during immune activation and proliferation. Elevated alanine levels may reflect increased white blood cell activity.


Glutamine is a key fuel source for rapidly dividing cells like white blood cells. It supports white blood cell function, growth and proliferation. Low glutamine levels can impair immune cell responses.

Lactic acid

During inflammation and sepsis, increased white blood cell glycolysis leads to increased lactic acid production. Lactic acid levels can be elevated due to increased white blood cell activity and proliferation.