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analyte

 [an´ah-līt]
a substance or material determined by a chemical analysis.

an·a·lyte

(an'ă-līt),
Any material or chemical substance subjected to analysis.

analyte

/ana·lyte/ (an´ah-līt) a substance undergoing analysis.

analyte

[an′əlīt]
any substance that is measured. The term is usually applied to a component of blood or another body fluid.

analyte

Any substance or constituent being subjected to analysis, or which the lab conducts testing per CLIA 88 rules.

an·a·lyte

(an'ă-līt)
A material or substance the presence or concentration of which in a specimen is determined by analysis.

analyte

a substance or material to be analyzed; a molecule to be analyzed by mass spectrometry.
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