External quality assessment of urinary methylmalonic acid quantification - results of a pilot study.

Abstract

Measurement of methylmalonic acid (MMA) is recognised as a useful tool in the diagnostic work-up of suspected cobalamin deficiency (1). Increased concentrations of MMA in both serum and urine are indicative of cobalamin deficiency at the tissue level. MMA measurement in serum as the sample material is convenient from a logistic point of view, since analysis… (More)

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