limit of detection


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limit of detection

Abbreviation: LOD
The smallest amount of an analyte that can be detected by an analytical system.
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The limit of detection of the assay is an important limitation to include in the report, particularly for a negative BRAF mutation result, and is required for sequencing assays (MOL.
Their results showed a limit of detection of 40 ng DNA for NBA (Adkins & Burmeister 1996).
In terms of sensitivity, the SINDIE offers users a Limit Of Detection (LOD) of 0.
In the interim period, whilst the search goes on for a harmonised methodology, the member states agreed that the limit of detection for most illegal dyes similar to Sudan 1 should be 0.
Limit of detection is the lowest concentration or smallest amount of analyte that can be statistically differentiated from the analyte-free sample matrix.
Limit of detection will therefore be matrix dependent.
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The limit of detection for total Hg in hair varied by analytic batch; the maximum limit of detection (0.
Their virus was well controlled, either below the limit of detection of the test or close to the limit for those that received the IL-2 by DNA technology, or under a thousand copies in those that received the IL-2 by injection (which also worked, but not as well).
There is also a helpful chapter on the determination of the limit of detection and the limit of determination of a given method.
Free BPA was below the limit of detection in all 320 blood samples analyzed by the CDC lab, even for samples with detectable total BPA.
Either Extraction of not, the limit of detection and quantity would not change for both UV and HPLC.