automated analyzer


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automated analyzer

A chemical instrument to perform assays with a minimum of human intervention.
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The use of automated analyzers with the ability to incorporate different tests, assay types, reagents, software, and accessories provides a comprehensive package for improving clinical effectiveness and outcomes when managed by laboratory professionals.
This is unlikely to be an issue restricted to this platform because most automated analyzers use similar routines to calculate analyte concentrations.
The sample was measured with an automated analyzer (JCA-BM12; JEOL Ltd.; Fig.
The automated analyzers will provide a standardized teaching platform when also used for staff training.
We also calculated TIBC from the sum of serum iron and UIBC measured by colorimetric methods (Wako Pure Chemical Industries) on the Model 7070 automated analyzer (Hitachi).
The technique is simple, rapid, can be used in any laboratory having an automated analyzer (open system), and can be applied to large-scale studies.
This proposed method and the conventional (comparison) methods were performed with the Hitachi Model 7150 automated analyzer.
1, in-house ELISA; 2, chemiluminometric immunoassay (automated analyzer no.
Utilizing an automated analyzer with single-use, disposable assays, the system can also help assess patient response to other antiplatelet medications such as aspirin, clopidogrel, prasugel, and GP IIb/IIIa inhibitors.
for the Cobas Bio automated analyzer, with a single modification, namely, to monitor the individual cuvette absorbances at 10-s intervals so as to follow the kinetics of the reaction, rather than simply rely on the instrument to calculate plasma TAS at 3 min.
The instrument seamlessly integrates with the company's i 1000SR immunoassay analyzer to form the ci4100, an automated analyzer that completes both immunoassay and chemistry tests on one platform.

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