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NEW YORK (360Dx) – Quidel announced Wednesday that it has received the CE Mark for a fluorescence immunoassay that gauges vitamin D levels from patient blood samples. It is the first quantitative test for the firm's flagship Sofia immunoassay reader.

The test specifically quantifies 25-OH vitamin D from serum samples. Total 25-OH vitamin D is a liver metabolite that reflects vitamin D produced in skin as well as vitamin D obtained from food and supplements, and has a circulating half-life of 15 days, Quidel said in a statement.

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