International Journal of Endocrinology / 2013 / Article / Fig 2

Review Article

Anti-Müllerian Hormone and Its Clinical Use in Pediatrics with Special Emphasis on Disorders of Sex Development

Figure 2

Serum AMH in 1953 healthy subjects (926 females and 1027 males) according to age. Females: red circles, males: blue circles. Longitudinal values during infancy are connected with grey lines. The red and blue curves represent the female and male reference ranges, respectively (median, 2SD). The figure was redrawn from our previously published data using Immunotech Coulter enzyme immunometric assay in all subjects [1113]. Please note the logarithmic -axis. The -axes for the DSL and Gen II assays were created using the following formulas: AMH (IOT) pmol/L = 2.0 × AMH (DSL) ug/L × 7.14 pmol/ug and AMH (IOT) pmol/L = 0.74 × AMH (Gen II) ug/L × 7.14 pmol/ug.
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