Vitamin D3/D2 - Crosslinks

Vitamin D3/D2 - Crosslinks

Vitamin D is essential in the regulation of calcium homeostasis and bone metabolism. A deficiency of this vitamin leads to a decrease of the calcium level and to disturbances in bone mineralisation. Associated symptoms are rickets (children) and osteoporosis (adults). Patients with vitamin D deficiency show increased excretion of collagen crosslinks, which is indicative of a bone resorption process.

 

  HPLC Assays LC-MS/MS Assays
Assay No. 48000
“Crosslinks”
38038 38900/1000 62000
62000/1000
“Epi-Upgrade” 62000/1000/F
Method HPLC HPLC HPLC LC-MS/MS LC-MS/MS LC-MS/MS
Number of tests 100 100 1000 200
1000
200 1000
Specimen Urine Plasma/Serum Plasma/Serum Plasma/Serum Plasma/Serum Plasma/Serum
Sample volume 250 µl 500 µl 100 µl 100 µl 100 µl 100 µl
Sample preparation     Online sample preparation Online sample preparation Online sample preparation Automated online sample preparation
Parameters Deoxypyridinoline (DPD)
Pyridinoline (PYD)
25-OH-Vitamin D2
25-OH-Vitamin D3
25-OH-Vitamin D2
25-OH-Vitamin D3
25-OH-Vitamin D2
25-OH-Vitamin D3
  • 25-OH-Vitamin D2
  • 25-OH-Vitamin D3
  • 3-epi-25-OH-Vitamin D2
  • 3-epi-25-OH-Vitamin D3
  •  
Simultaneous measurement of vitamin D3, vitamin D2 and its C3-epimers
25-OH-Vitamin D2
25-OH-Vitamin D3

 

Chromsystems Assays / Calibrators / Controls for Vitamin D3/D2 and Crosslinks

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