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Analytical and clinical performance of the new Fujirebio 25-OH vitamin D assay, a comparison with liquid chromatography-tandem mass spectrometry (LC-MS/MS) and three other automated assays


Saleh, Lanja; Mueller, Daniel; von Eckardstein, Arnold (2015). Analytical and clinical performance of the new Fujirebio 25-OH vitamin D assay, a comparison with liquid chromatography-tandem mass spectrometry (LC-MS/MS) and three other automated assays. Clinical Chemistry and Laboratory Medicine:online.

Abstract

BACKGROUND: We evaluated the analytical and clinical performance of the new Lumipulse® G 25-OH vitamin D assay from Fujirebio, and compared it to a liquid chromatography-tandem mass spectrometry (LC-MS/MS) method and three other commercial automated assays.
METHODS: Total 25 hydroxy vitamin D (25(OH)D) levels were measured in 100 selected serum samples from our routine analysis with Fujirebio 25(OH)D assay. The results were compared with those obtained with LC-MS/MS and three other automated 25(OH)D assays (Abbott, Beckman, and Roche). The accuracy of each assay tested was evaluated against a Labquality reference serum panel for 25(OH)D (Ref!25OHD; University of Ghent).
RESULTS: Intra- and inter-day imprecision of the Fujirebio 25(OH)D assay was <5%. Fujirebio 25(OH)D assay showed the highest correlation among the assays tested with the LC-MS/MS method (R=0.986). The mean relative bias obtained was -15.6% (Fujirebio), -12.7% (Beckman), -2.1% (Abbott) and 9.7% (Roche) as compared to LC-MS/MS. Comparison with the Labquality certified reference serum panel yielded a mean bias of -11.8% (Fujirebio), -14.1% (Beckman), 4.4% (Abbott) and 3.2% (Roche), respectively. Compared to LC-MS/MS, the sensitivity of different methods in detecting vitamin D insufficiency (<50 nmol/L) varied from 100% for the Fujirebio assay to 72.7% for Roche, and specificity ranged from 94.4% for Roche to 87.6% for Beckman.
CONCLUSIONS: The Lumipulse G 25-OH vitamin D assay from Fujirebio demonstrated a good correlation with LC-MS/MS and some immunoassays. The performance of the assay is well-suited for routine 25(OH)D measurement in clinical serum samples. A correction for the observed negative bias vs. LC-MS/MS could be considered.

Abstract

BACKGROUND: We evaluated the analytical and clinical performance of the new Lumipulse® G 25-OH vitamin D assay from Fujirebio, and compared it to a liquid chromatography-tandem mass spectrometry (LC-MS/MS) method and three other commercial automated assays.
METHODS: Total 25 hydroxy vitamin D (25(OH)D) levels were measured in 100 selected serum samples from our routine analysis with Fujirebio 25(OH)D assay. The results were compared with those obtained with LC-MS/MS and three other automated 25(OH)D assays (Abbott, Beckman, and Roche). The accuracy of each assay tested was evaluated against a Labquality reference serum panel for 25(OH)D (Ref!25OHD; University of Ghent).
RESULTS: Intra- and inter-day imprecision of the Fujirebio 25(OH)D assay was <5%. Fujirebio 25(OH)D assay showed the highest correlation among the assays tested with the LC-MS/MS method (R=0.986). The mean relative bias obtained was -15.6% (Fujirebio), -12.7% (Beckman), -2.1% (Abbott) and 9.7% (Roche) as compared to LC-MS/MS. Comparison with the Labquality certified reference serum panel yielded a mean bias of -11.8% (Fujirebio), -14.1% (Beckman), 4.4% (Abbott) and 3.2% (Roche), respectively. Compared to LC-MS/MS, the sensitivity of different methods in detecting vitamin D insufficiency (<50 nmol/L) varied from 100% for the Fujirebio assay to 72.7% for Roche, and specificity ranged from 94.4% for Roche to 87.6% for Beckman.
CONCLUSIONS: The Lumipulse G 25-OH vitamin D assay from Fujirebio demonstrated a good correlation with LC-MS/MS and some immunoassays. The performance of the assay is well-suited for routine 25(OH)D measurement in clinical serum samples. A correction for the observed negative bias vs. LC-MS/MS could be considered.

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Item Type:Journal Article, refereed, original work
Communities & Collections:04 Faculty of Medicine > University Hospital Zurich > Institute of Clinical Chemistry
Dewey Decimal Classification:610 Medicine & health
540 Chemistry
Language:English
Date:10 October 2015
Deposited On:17 Dec 2015 09:49
Last Modified:11 Oct 2016 00:00
Publisher:De Gruyter
ISSN:1434-6621
Free access at:Publisher DOI. An embargo period may apply.
Publisher DOI:https://doi.org/10.1515/cclm-2015-0427
PubMed ID:26457778

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