Wilson method

Wil·son meth·od

(wil'sŏn),
a simple saline flotation method for concentrating helminth eggs in the feces. See: flotation method.
Synonym(s): Hung method

Wil·son meth·od

(wil'sŏn meth'ŏd)
A simple saline flotation method for concentrating helminth eggs in the feces.
See also: flotation method
Synonym(s): Hung method.
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To show the inaccuracy of the Wald method and the better performance of the Wilson method for error estimation at low numbers of replicate PCR reactions, several simulations were performed of A/u-PCR reactions.
A minimum of 40 replicates should be maintained, as the binominal error may become unpredictable with lower numbers when using the Wilson method for error estimation (25).
An Excel worksheet was designed with the Poisson method for absolute quantification and error estimation including the Wilson method (Fig.