Try this resource:
You can search for the specific tests and see what normal ranges, etc. are.
Just a bit of a precaution…
Your test panel appears to be looking at kidney function and can get really confusing because you are looking at the content in blood and urine, and you are looking at protein and total protein versus a specific subset of protein call microalbumin. .
Usually, for kidney function, in a random spot urine sample, you’ll see your microalbumin/creatinine ratio as an indicator of function, rather than just total protein content and creatinine content.
OTOH, for your 24 hour urine sample, they are just looking for the total amount of protein present. Usually, they would look for total microalbumin present.
The blood tests also indicate how well your kidneys are regulating those metabolites.