A comparison has been made of the radioisotope dilution-coated charcoal method and a microbiological assay (with L. leichmannii as test organism) for determining the concentration of vitamin B12 in serum. A satisfactory correlation was found between the results of the two methods. Under appropriate conditions the reproducibility of the radioisotope method compared favourably with that of the microbiological method.
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