NADMED answers to demand
NAD measurement has been performed using mass spectrometry or colorimetric kits. Each method involves a set of characteristic problems. Using a mass spectrometer is expensive and time-consuming, while the colorimetric kits on the market are inaccurate and unreliable. The NADMED method solves these problems, providing a fast, accurate, and reliable method for the cost-effective measurement of NADs. Q-NADMED kits measure all four forms of NAD (NAD+, NADH, NADP+, and NADPH) and glutathiones. No other method can do this.
Due to its accuracy and reliability, the Q-NADMED Kit is CE-marked for measuring NAD+ and NADH from a small blood sample for a range of clinical purposes. The marking indicates the kit complies with the European Union (EU) In Vitro Diagnostic Medical Devices Directive (IVDD 98/79/EC) and that the device may be brought to market in the EU. The Q-NADMED Kit is the only kit for the NAD measurement to have received CE-marking.
Because of its ease of use, speed, and scalability, NADMED technology allows NADs to be measured at the population level – accelerating and expanding NAD research into developing a targeted treatment for NAD-related conditions and diseases. Home testing is not yet possible, but those interested in their own NAD levels are encouraged to contact their local medical services.