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Copeptin Will Replace ADH Starting July 15

Beginning Monday, July 15, ADH (anti-diuretic hormone) will no longer be orderable on CS-Link™ and ADH will be replaced by Copeptin. Copeptin test code is COPEPQ.

Copeptin is a peptide derived from the pre-pro-hormone of ADH—also known as arginine vasopressin (AVP). Copeptin can be used as a near ideal surrogate marker for ADH (a.k.a AVP) because it has a much longer half-life, is easier to measure immunologically and is closely correlated to the pathways in which ADH is involved. Hence, many labs are replacing ADH testing with Copeptin.

If you have questions, contact Kimia Sobhani, PhD, at kimia.sobhani@cshs.org.