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SteroIDQ Kit

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Experience the power of multiplexing steroid hormones

The SteroIDQ® Kit is the first CE-marked IVD test for simultaneous quantitative analysis of 16 steroid hormones.

•    Suitable for routine diagnosis: CE-marked IVD-test
•    Boundless opportunities through multiplexing: simultaneous detection of a broad range of steroid hormones
•    High quality standards through QC-implemented workflow control
•    Overcomes known limitations in accuracy and variations of steroid hormone immunoassays
•    Accurate diagnosis and tailor treatment
•    Accuracy performance approved by proficiency test (DGKL)*

The kit covers a broad range of indications:
•    Inborn disorders or caused by diseases: e.g. Cushing syndrome, adrenal tumors, hyperaldosteronism, the congenital adrenal hyperplasia (CAH), disturbances of pubertal development, genital abnormalities, hypogonadism, adrenal insufficiency (Addison‘s disease),  polycystic ovary syndrome (PCOS) ...
•    Endocrine diseases caused by therapies (e.g. with glucocorticoids in GI diseases) or operative intervention
•    Endocrine diseases caused by other interferences in the hormone metabolism
(e.g. administration of steroid hormones in contraception, IVF, pre- and post-menopausal conditions)
•    Etc.

Product SteroIDQ Kit
Company Biocrates Life Sciences AG
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Biocrates Life Sciences AG
Innrain 66/2 6020 Innsbruck Austria

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