minimal detectable concentration

minimal detectable concentration

The lowest concentration of an analyte in a (fluid or tissue) specimen that can be reliably detected.

minimal detectable concentration

Lab medicine The lowest concentration at which an analyte can be reliably detected
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In these papers, no less than 5 different parameters have been discussed: the lower limit of detection (LLD), the biological detection limit (BDL), functional sensitivity (FS), the residual cancer detection limit (RCDL), and the minimal detectable concentration (MDC).
Statistical estimation of the minimal detectable concentration ("sensitivity") for radioligand assays.
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