I wouldn't expect to see this available anytime soon since the understanding of just exactly what T2 does is still very limited but it is interesting to note they are working on developing testing. PR
Background: 3,5-Diiodo-L-thyronine (3,5-T2), a potential metabolite of 3,3′,5-triiodothyronine (T3), exerts marked metabolic actions without the undesirable cardiac and central side effects of T3. So far the lack of reliable quantification methods for endogenous 3,5-T2 in human serum has limited further insight into its physiological and pathophysiological roles in endocrine homeostasis and disease status.
Conclusion: The established CLIA is highly specific, sensitive, precise and accurate for 3,5-T2 detection in human serum. Because 3,5-T2 is not regulated in conditions of an altered thyroid state, it is most likely that serum 3,5-T2 concentrations are not directly dependent on feedback regulation via the hypothalamic–pituitary axis. In addition 3,5-T2 is present in thyroidectomized individuals on T4 substitution, and it is elevated after T4 substitution compared with healthy controls. We conclude that these data support extrathyroidal production of 3,5-T2 from T4.