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Dikaios, I; Althaus, H; Angles-Cano, E; Ceglarek, U; Coassin, S; Cobbaert, CM; Delatour, V; Dieplinger, B; Grimmler, M; Hoofnagle, AN; Kostner, GM; Kronenberg, F; Kuklenyik, Z; Lyle, AN; Prinzing, U; Ruhaak, LR; Scharnagl, H; Vesper, HW; Deprez, L.
Commutability Assessment of Candidate Reference Materials for Lipoprotein(a) by Comparison of a MS-based Candidate Reference Measurement Procedure with Immunoassays.
Clin Chem. 2023; Doi: 10.1093/clinchem/hvac203
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Kostner Gerhard
Scharnagl Hubert
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BACKGROUND: Elevated concentrations of lipoprotein(a) [Lp(a)] are directly related to an increased risk of cardiovascular diseases, making it a relevant biomarker for clinical risk assessment. However, the lack of global standardization of current Lp(a) measurement procedures (MPs) leads to inconsistent patient care. The International Federation for Clinical Chemistry and Laboratory Medicine working group on quantitating apolipoproteins by mass spectrometry (MS) aims to develop a next-generation SI (International system of units)-traceable reference measurement system consisting of a MS-based, peptide-calibrated reference measurement procedure (RMP) and secondary serum-based reference materials (RMs) certified for their apolipoprotein(a) [apo(a)] content. To reach measurement standardization through this new measurement system, 2 essential requirements need to be fulfilled: a sufficient correlation among the MPs and appropriate commutability of future serum-based RMs. METHODS: The correlation among the candidate RMP (cRMP) and immunoassay-based MPs was assessed by measuring a panel of 39 clinical samples (CS). In addition, the commutability of 14 different candidate RMs was investigated. RESULTS: Results of the immunoassay-based MPs and the cRMPs demonstrated good linear correlations for the CS but some significant sample-specific differences were also observed. The results of the commutability study show that RMs based on unspiked human serum pools can be commutable with CS, whereas human pools spiked with recombinant apo(a) show different behavior compared to CS. CONCLUSIONS: The results of this study show that unspiked human serum pools are the preferred candidate secondary RMs in the future SI-traceable Lp(a) Reference Measurement System.

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