Sources and performance criteria of reference measurement procedures uncertainty.

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Summary of "Sources and performance criteria of reference measurement procedures uncertainty."

This article wants to focus on the today available Reference Measurement Procedures (RMPs) for the determination of various analytes in Laboratory Medicine and the possible tools to evaluate their performance in the laboratories who are currently using them.


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Name: Clinical biochemistry
ISSN: 1873-2933


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