Diminished urinary free cortisol excretion in patients with moderate and severe renal impairment.

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described by Streit et al. (12 ) when analyte-free samples are not available. Our method is specific, sensitive, reproducible, and accurate (see Table 1 of the online Data Supplement). A 96-well plate format sample pretreatment in combination with LC-MS/MS for homocysteine analysis has been described previously (7, 9). We consider the combination of this format with a large plasma dilution without deproteinization for high-throughput homocysteine analysis the most important aspect of our application.

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@article{Chan2004DiminishedUF, title={Diminished urinary free cortisol excretion in patients with moderate and severe renal impairment.}, author={K. C. Allen Chan and Lydia C-W Lit and Eric Lap-Kay Law and Morris Hok Leung Tai and Cindy Yung and Michael H. M. Chan and Christopher Wai - Kei Lam}, journal={Clinical chemistry}, year={2004}, volume={50 4}, pages={757-9} }