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Biotinidase test

Biotinidase test

Biotinidase test: The biotinidase test is a laboratory test used to measure the blood level of biotinidase, which helps the body metabolize biotin (a B vitamin). Inherited deficiency of biotinidase is a rare disorder that may be identified by a newborn screening program.

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