Comparison of 11 human insulin assays: implications for clinical investigation and research.

@article{Manley2007ComparisonO1,
  title={Comparison of 11 human insulin assays: implications for clinical investigation and research.},
  author={Susan E. Manley and Irene M. Stratton and Penelope M. S. Clark and Stephen D. Luzio},
  journal={Clinical chemistry},
  year={2007},
  volume={53 5},
  pages={
          922-32
        }
}
BACKGROUND The American Diabetes Association task force on standardization of insulin assays in 1996 showed wide variation in assay bias. Newer assays are specific for insulin, with several now available on automated immunoassay analyzers. METHODS In 2004, we compared 11 commercially available insulin assays by analyzing 150 serum samples (99 fasting/51 postprandial) from study participants with various degrees of glucose intolerance (exclusions being type 1 diabetes, insulin treatment, or… CONTINUE READING

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