Issues of methodology, standardization and metabolite recognition for 25-hydroxyvitamin D when comparing the DiaSorin radioimmunoassay and the Nichols Advantage automated chemiluminescence protein-binding assay in hip fracture cases

P. Glendenning, J.M. Noble, M. Taranto, A.A. Musk, M. Mcguiness, P.R. Goldswain, W.D. Fraser, Samuel Vasikaran

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