25-hydraxy Vitamin D Rapid Quantitative Test
Jan. 25, 2018
Creative Diagnostics offers an immunofluorescence rapid test for the quantitative detection of 25-hydraxy Vitamin D in human serum samples with lower background signal, increased sensitivity, and ability to detect 25-hydraxy Vitamin D down to 3.0 ng/mL.
25-hydraxy Vitamin D Rapid Test
• Only for in vitro diagnostics of human serum samples;
• Rapid, immediate test results within 15 minutes;
• Easy to use and simple protocol;
• Fluorescence signaling, higher sensitivity and specificity;
• Accurate detection for low concentration of analyte.
|Cat. No.||Product Name||Linear range||RSD%|
|DTSJYJ003||CDIA TM 25-OH-Vit-D Immunofluorescence Test Cassette, Serum||3-70 ng/mL||85% - 115%|
25-hydraxy Vitamin D
25-hydroxy Vitamin D is the metabolite of Vitamin D. CDIATM 25-OH-Vit-D Immunofluorescence Test Cassette, Serum is used to determine the concentration of Vitamin D in human body. The rapid test measures 25-hydroxy Vitamin D using a competitive immunoassay principle based on a monoclonal antibody specific for Vitamin D. This assay provides a preliminary diagnostic test result and can be used to screening for Vitamin D deficiency. The blood concentration of 25-hydroxy Vitamin D is considered the best indicator of Vitamin D status.
|<10 ng/ml||10-30 ng/ml||30-100 ng/ml||>100 ng/ml|
Vitamin D has two isomers: Vitamin D2 and Vitamin D3. Vitamin D2 is obtained from dairy products whereas Vitamin D3 is produced in the skin after exposure to ultraviolet light. In the liver, Vitamin D is hydroxylated at its carbon 25 to form 25-OH Vitamin D. This metabolite is the predominant circulating form of Vitamin D and is considered to be an accurate indicator of the general Vitamin D status of an individual. Vitamin D is a fat-soluble steroid derivative, and vitamin D is derived from sunlight for the skin. Skin synthesis of vitamin D is transported to the liver by binding to the vitamin D binding protein, while the absorbed vitamin D is transported to the liver by conjugation with chylomicrons and lipoproteins. Vitamin D deficiency has now been recognized as an epidemic of global magnitude. According to current investigation, the lack of vitamin D can be found in 10 billion or more all over the world, especially in the young, the older and the pregnant. Vitamin D helps the body absorb and use calcium and phosphorus. Vitamin D deficiency is associated to a number of serious diseases such as Osteoporosis, Osteomalacia, Multiple Sclerosis, Cardiovascular Diseases, Pregnancy Complications, Diabetes, Depression, Strokes, Autoimmune Diseases, Flu, Different Cancers,
Infectious Diseases, Alzheimer, Obesity and Higher Mortality, etc. Due to this nowadays the detection of 25-OH Vitamin D levels is embraced by the medical community as “Medically Necessary Screening Test”. Now it is well understood that maintaining sufficient levels of Vitamin D isn’t just necessary for improvement of bone health, but is also essential for the overall health and well-being of the individuals.