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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

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.
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Majority studies predicted overall stability of these analytes as were our results of repeated ANOVA, but the individual comparison using statistical tests on one to one test basis like t-test.
The HHS Guidelines specify the drugs that a federal agency may test routinely (i.e., in all specimens), and specify the initial and confirmatory drug test analytes and cutoff concentrations.
The capacity factor for the resolution of all the examined analytes on the [C.sub.phe] phase under isocratic elution using the mobile phase with the predominantly basic additive was decreased (Table 2), likely because of the deprotonation of the functional groups on the stationary phase and analyte.
The separation of analytes and IS was achieved by using a Hypersil GOLD C18 column (50 mm x 2.1mm, 3 [micro]m; Thermo Scientific, USA) that was maintained at 25[degrees]C.
The quenching was proportional to the analyte concentration (each analyte was tested individually), so the instrumental and chemical variables were optimized to obtain the highest sensitivity.
Health Test Express has partnered with several leading innovative CLIA-certified laboratories to perform lab test analyses and partners with Analyte
A range was defined for U of each analyte. Goals of acceptable uncertainties were set by taking the desirable imprecision, bias and total analytical error values from Westgard biological variation database specifications for Uimp, Ub and U respectively.10
Triple quadrupole MS is one such tandem approach that employs three sets of quadrupole rods to filter and identify analytes based on the way their ions fragment.
For instance, the failure to document the analyte concentration used for interference testing means that laboratories cannot evaluate whether a medically relevant concentration was used and thereby gauge the applicability of the manufacturer's recommendations to routine clinical samples.
Considering that analytes recoveries were low and it taking into account the hypotheses that the low yield was due to the saturation of the anionic resin because of high analyte concentration (0.50 mg [L.sup.-1]), the analytes concentrations were decreased to 0.20, 0.10 and 0.010 mg [L.sup.-1] and the recoveries increased considerably for both compounds to flow rates of 5.0 and 1.0 mL [min.sup.-1] for sample and eluent, respectively (Figure 3).
If only one analyte on your multi-channel analyzer shows significant QC errors (e.g.
The data were PT scores and consisted of values between 0 and 100, representing the percentage of correct responses (usually from 5 challenges) during the testing events for each analyte. The data of the analytes included 3 event scores per year in this article.

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