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    1. Matteucci, E; Cinapri, V; Rossi, L; Lucchetti, A; Giampietro, O
      Glycated hemoglobin measurement: Intermethod comparison

      DIABETES NUTRITION & METABOLISM
    2. Sabate, I; Ginard, M; Gonzalez, JM; Baro, E; Acebes, G; Cuadros, J; Liron, FJ
      Evaluation of the AxSYM monoclonal cyclosporin assay and comparison with radioimmunoassay

      THERAPEUTIC DRUG MONITORING
    3. Lynch, DM; Rogers, PE; Love, JC; Salkas, MJ; Skarphol, KA; Gross, ME; Lu, MG; Petrides, VH; Bruzek, DJ; Cox, JL; Jones, KA; Kelley, CA; Chan, DW
      Clinical evaluation comparing AxSYM (R) CA 15-3 (TM), IMx (R) CA 15-3 and Truquant (R) BR (TM) RIA

      TUMOR BIOLOGY
    4. MCBRIDE JH; KIM S; RODGERSON DO; REYES A
      CONVERSION OF CARDIAC AND LIVER-TRANSPLANT RECIPIENTS FROM HPLC AND FPIA (POLYCLONAL) TO AN FPIA (MONOCLONAL) TECHNIQUE FOR MEASUREMENT OF BLOOD CYCLOSPORINE-A

      Journal of clinical laboratory analysis
    5. PAN LP; ROSSEEL MT; BELPAIRE FM
      COMPARISON OF 2 HIGH-PERFORMANCE LIQUID-CHROMATOGRAPHIC METHODS FOR MONITORING PLASMA-CONCENTRATIONS OF HALOPERIDOL AND REDUCED HALOPERIDOL

      Therapeutic drug monitoring
    6. MARTIN M; BLOCKX P
      COMPARISON OF ONE FIRST AND 3 2ND-GENERATION METHODS FOR THE DETERMINATION OF CA-125

      Anticancer research
    7. PARVIAINEN MT
      A MODIFICATION OF THE ACID DIAZO COUPLING METHOD (MALLOY-EVELYN) FOR THE DETERMINATION OF SERUM TOTAL BILIRUBIN

      Scandinavian journal of clinical & laboratory investigation
    8. FERRERO B; AIMO G; PAGNI R; BERGAMASCO B; BONGIOANNI MR; BERGAMINI L; DURELLI L
      MODIFIED AND IMPROVED ANTIACETYLCHOLINE RECEPTOR (ACHR) ANTIBODY-ASSAY - COMPARISON OF ANALYTICAL AND CLINICAL-PERFORMANCE WITH CONVENTIONAL ANTI-ACHR ANTIBODY-ASSAY

      Clinical chemistry
    9. HALWACHSBAUMANN G; KATZENSTEINER S; SCHNEDL W; PURSTNER P; PIEBER T; WILDERSTRUSCHNIG M
      COMPARATIVE-EVALUATION OF 3 ASSAY SYSTEMS FOR AUTOMATED-DETERMINATIONOF HEMOGLOBIN A(1C)

      Clinical chemistry
    10. KAYAMORI Y; KATAYAMA Y; MATSUYAMA T; URATA T
      ENZYMATIC METHOD FOR ASSAYING URIC-ACID IN SERUM WITH A NEW TETRAZOLIUM SALT PRODUCES WATER-SOLUBLE FORMAZAN DYE

      Clinical biochemistry
    11. CECCO SA; HRISTOVA EN; REHAK NN; ELIN RJ
      CLINICALLY IMPORTANT INTERMETHOD DIFFERENCES FOR PHYSIOLOGICALLY ABNORMAL IONIZED MAGNESIUM RESULTS

      American journal of clinical pathology
    12. PAPE D; VERNILLET L; BELLISSANT E; BENTUEFERRER D; ALLAIN H
      NONINTERCHANGEABILITY OF SPECIFIC RADIOIMMUNOASSAY AND MONOCLONAL-ANTIBODY FLUORESCENT POLARIZATION IMMUNOASSAY IN CYCLOSPORINE MEASUREMENTS

      Fundamental and clinical pharmacology
    13. MILLER JJ; STRAUB RW; VALDES R
      ANALYTICAL PERFORMANCE OF A MONOCLONAL DIGOXIN ASSAY WITH INCREASED SPECIFICITY ON THE ACS-180

      Therapeutic drug monitoring
    14. LEE BL; CHUA LH; ONG HY; YANG HG; WU J; ONG CN
      DETERMINATION OF SERUM AND URINARY ALUMINUM BY HPLC WITH FLUOROMETRICDETECTION OF AL-LUMOGALLION COMPLEX

      Clinical chemistry
    15. WHEELER MJ; DSOUZA A; MATADEEN J; CROOS P
      CIBA-CORNING ACS-180 TESTOSTERONE ASSAY EVALUATED

      Clinical chemistry
    16. REHAK NN; CECCO SA; NIEMELA JE; HRISTOVA EN; ELIN RJ
      LINEARITY AND STABILITY OF THE AVL AND NOVA MAGNESIUM AND CALCIUM ION-SELECTIVE ELECTRODES

      Clinical chemistry
    17. PIKETTY ML; DHERBOMEZ M; LEGUILLOUZIC D; LEBTAHI R; COSSON E; DUMONT A; DILOUYA A; HELAL BO
      CLINICAL COMPARISON OF 3 LABELED-ANTIBODY IMMUNOASSAYS OF FREE TRIIODOTHYRONINE

      Clinical chemistry
    18. BOUMAN AA; DERIDDER CM; NIJHOF JH; NETELENBOS JC; WAAL HAD
      IMMUNOADSORPTION ASSAY FOR BONE ALKALINE-PHOSPHATASE COMPARED WITH WHEAT-GERM-AGGLUTININ PRECIPITATION ASSAY IN SERUM FROM (PRE)PUBERTAL GIRLS

      Clinical chemistry
    19. LHERMITEBALERIAUX M; COPINSCHI G; VANCAUTER E
      GROWTH-HORMONE ASSAYS - EARLY TO LATEST TEST GENERATIONS COMPARED

      Clinical chemistry
    20. GUNTER EW; BOWMAN BA; CAUDILL SP; TWITE DB; ADAMS MJ; SAMPSON EJ
      RESULTS OF AN INTERNATIONAL ROUND-ROBIN FOR SERUM AND WHOLE-BLOOD FOLATE

      Clinical chemistry
    21. ALBERTIONI F; RASK C; EKSBORG S; POULSEN JH; PETTERSON B; BECK O; SCHROEDER H; PETERSON C
      EVALUATION OF CLINICAL ASSAYS FOR MEASURING HIGH-DOSE METHOTREXATE INPLASMA

      Clinical chemistry
    22. PAPADEA C; CATE JC
      IDENTIFICATION AND QUANTIFICATION OF HEMOGLOBIN-A, HEMOGLOBIN-F, HEMOGLOBIN-S, AND HEMOGLOBIN-C BY AUTOMATED CHROMATOGRAPHY

      Clinical chemistry
    23. VANDUIJNHOVEN HLP; TRESKES M
      MARKED INTERFERENCE OF HYPERGLYCEMIA IN MEASUREMENTS OF MEAN (RED) CELL-VOLUME BY TECHNICON-H ANALYZERS

      Clinical chemistry
    24. STEIJNS LSW; BRAAMSWIATROWSKA JK; LUITING HJ; VANDERWEIDE J
      EVALUATION OF NONISOTOPIC BINDING ASSAYS FOR MEASURING VITAMIN-B-12 AND FOLATE IN SERUM

      Clinica chimica acta
    25. FUQUA JS; SHER ES; MIGEON CJ; BERKOVITZ GD
      ASSAY OF PLASMA TESTOSTERONE DURING THE FIRST 6 MONTHS OF LIFE - IMPORTANCE OF CHROMATOGRAPHIC PURIFICATION OF STEROIDS

      Clinical chemistry
    26. MOESLINGER T; BRUNNER M; VOLF I; SPIECKERMANN PG
      SPECTROPHOTOMETRIC DETERMINATION OF ASCORBIC-ACID AND DEHYDROASCORBICACID

      Clinical chemistry
    27. THIENPONT LM; VANLANDUYT KG; STOCKL D; DELEENHEER AP
      CANDIDATE REFERENCE METHOD FOR DETERMINING SERUM CREATININE BY ISOCRATIC HPLC - VALIDATION WITH ISOTOPE-DILUTION GAS-CHROMATOGRAPHY MASS-SPECTROMETRY AND APPLICATION FOR ACCURACY ASSESSMENT OF ROUTINE TEST KITS

      Clinical chemistry
    28. ETO A; SHIKI A; CHIKAURA Y; OKA T; NAKANO NI
      MULTIENZYME CONTROL SERUM (SERACLEAR-HE) CONTAINING HUMAN ENZYMES FROM ESTABLISHED CELL-LINES AND OTHER SOURCES .1. PREPARATION AND PROPERTIES

      Clinical chemistry
    29. HOLOWNIA P; NEWMAN DJ; BRUNO C; LAGAMBA P; GERRITS M; SALEMINK G; OSSANI M; PRICE CP
      AUTOMATED DIBUCAINE NUMBER MEASUREMENT WITH DUPONT DIMENSION(R) ES AND AR ANALYZERS

      Clinical chemistry
    30. WEYKAMP CW; PENDERS TJ; BAADENHUIJSEN H; MUSKIET FAJ; MARTINA W; VANDERSLIK W
      VITAMIN-C AND GLYCOHEMOGLOBIN

      Clinical chemistry
    31. YAMAMOTO S; KUBOTSU K; KIDA M; KONDO K; MATSUURA S; UCHIYAMA S; YONEKAWA O; KANNO T
      AUTOMATED HOMOGENEOUS LIPOSOME-BASED ASSAY SYSTEM FOR TOTAL COMPLEMENT ACTIVITY

      Clinical chemistry
    32. BRUNO MJ; HOEK FJ; DELZENNE B; VANLEEUWEN DJ; SCHTEINGART CD; HOFMANN AF; TYTGAT GNJ
      SIMULTANEOUS ASSESSMENTS OF EXOCRINE PANCREATIC FUNCTION BY CHOLESTERYL-[C-14]OCTANOATE BREATH TEST AND MEASUREMENT OF PLASMA P-AMINOBENZOIC ACID

      Clinical chemistry
    33. SPENCER CA; TAKEUCHI M; KAZAROSYAN M; MACKENZIE F; BECKETT GJ; WILKINSON E
      INTERLABORATORY INTERMETHOD DIFFERENCES IN FUNCTIONAL SENSITIVITY OF IMMUNOMETRIC ASSAYS OF THYROTROPIN (TSH) AND IMPACT ON RELIABILITY OF MEASUREMENT OF SUBNORMAL CONCENTRATIONS OF TSH

      Clinical chemistry
    34. CHEGINI S; EHRHARTHOFMANN B; KAIDER A; WALDHAUSER F
      DIRECT ENZYME-LINKED-IMMUNOSORBENT-ASSAY AND A RADIOIMMUNOASSAY FOR MELATONIN COMPARED

      Clinical chemistry
    35. GUBERN G; CANALIAS F; GELLA FJ
      DETERMINATION OF ALPHA-AMYLASE ACTIVITY - METHODS COMPARISON AND COMMUTABILITY STUDY OF SEVERAL CONTROL MATERIALS

      Clinical chemistry
    36. THOMAS CMG; MASSUGER LFAG; SEGERS MFG; SCHIJF CPT; DOESBURG WH; WOBBES T
      ANALYTICAL AND CLINICAL-PERFORMANCE OF IMPROVED ABBOTT IMX CA-125 ASSAY - COMPARISON WITH ABBOTT CA-125 RIA

      Clinical chemistry
    37. STOTT RAW; HORTIN GL; WILHITE TR; MILLER SB; SMITH CH; LANDT M
      ANALYTICAL ARTIFACTS IN HEMATOCRIT MEASUREMENTS BY WHOLE-BLOOD CHEMISTRY ANALYZERS

      Clinical chemistry
    38. WENER MH; DAUM PR; BRAWER MK
      VARIATION IN MEASUREMENT OF PROSTATE-SPECIFIC ANTIGEN - IMPORTANCE OFMETHOD AND LOT VARIABILITY

      Clinical chemistry
    39. SGOUTAS DS; TUTEN TE; VERRAS AA; LOVE A; BARTON EG
      AQUALITE(R) BIOLUMINESCENCE ASSAY OF THYROTROPIN IN SERUM EVALUATED

      Clinical chemistry
    40. GILLERY P; LABBE D; DUMONT G; VASSAULT A
      GLYCOHEMOGLOBIN ASSAYS EVALUATED IN A LARGE-SCALE QUALITY-CONTROL SURVEY

      Clinical chemistry
    41. PETRARULO M; FACCHINI P; CERELLI E; MARANGELLA M; LINARI F
      CITRATE IN URINE DETERMINED WITH A NEW CITRATE LYASE METHOD

      Clinical chemistry
    42. KRAMBOVITIS E; HATZIDAKIS G; HATZOGLOU A; ROMAIN S; DURAND A; STEFANAKIS A; CASTANAS E
      ESTROGEN AND PROGESTERONE RECEPTORS IN BREAST-CANCER MICROSAMPLES SIMULTANEOUSLY QUANTIFIED BY ENZYME-LIGAND IMMUNOASSAY

      Clinical chemistry
    43. ARMBRUSTER DA; HUBSTER EC; KAUFMAN MS; RAMON MK
      CLONED ENZYME DONOR IMMUNOASSAY (CEDIA) FOR DRUGS-OF-ABUSE SCREENING

      Clinical chemistry
    44. DECASTRO MDL; QUILES R; FERNANDEZROMERO JM; FERNANDEZ E
      CONTINUOUS-FLOW ASSAY WITH IMMOBILIZED ENZYMES FOR DETERMINING OF INORGANIC-PHOSPHATE IN SERUM

      Clinical chemistry
    45. BUTTERY JE; CHAMBERLAIN BR; GEE D; PANNALL PR
      TOTAL PORPHYRIN AND COPROPORPHYRIN AND UROPORPHYRIN FRACTIONS IN URINE MEASURED BY 2ND-DERIVATIVE SPECTROSCOPY

      Clinical chemistry
    46. MARUI Y; HAYASHI C; MATSUDA Y; MATSUURA S; ETO A; OHBA Y; OKUDA K
      MULTIENZYME REFERENCE MATERIAL FROM ESTABLISHED HUMAN CELL-LINES AND HUMAN SOURCES

      Clinica chimica acta
    47. LAURINO JP; MCKAY J; FISCHBERG E; SCHWENZER K; KAUFMAN R
      COMPARISON OF 3 IMMUNOASSAYS FOR THE DETERMINATION OF N-ACETYLPROCAINAMIDE - DETERMINATION OF FALSE ELEVATIONS BY A POLYCLONAL ANTIBODY-BASED METHOD

      Therapeutic drug monitoring
    48. THIENPONT LM; VANNIEUWENHOVE B; STOCKL D; DELEENHEER AP
      CANDIDATE REFERENCE METHOD FOR DETERMINING SERUM THEOPHYLLINE APPLIEDTO TARGET-SETTING IN EXTERNAL QUALITY ASSESSMENT AND ROUTINE METHOD EVALUATION

      Clinical chemistry
    49. HUBL W; WEJBORA R; SHAFTIKERAMAT I; HAIDER A; HAJDUSICH P; BAYER PM
      ENZYMATIC DETERMINATION OF SODIUM, POTASSIUM, AND CHLORIDE IN ABNORMAL (HEMOLYZED, ICTERIC, LIPEMIC, PARAPROTEINEMIC, OR UREMIC) SERUM SAMPLES COMPARED WITH INDIRECT DETERMINATION WITH ION-SELECTIVE ELECTRODES

      Clinical chemistry
    50. SAMPSON M; RUDDEL M; ELIN RJ
      LITHIUM DETERMINATIONS EVALUATED IN 8 ANALYZERS

      Clinical chemistry
    51. JOLLEY NL; BACARESEHAMILTON T
      SR1(TM) ASSAYS OF ALPHA-FETOPROTEIN, CARCINOEMBRYONIC ANTIGEN, AND PROSTATE-SPECIFIC ANTIGEN COMPARED WITH CORRESPONDING ESTABLISHED COMMERCIAL ASSAYS

      Clinical chemistry
    52. RAO ML; STABEROCK U; BAUMANN P; HIEMKE C; DEISTER A; CUENDET C; AMEY M; HARTTER S; KRAEMER M
      MONITORING TRICYCLIC ANTIDEPRESSANT CONCENTRATIONS IN SERUM BY FLUORESCENCE POLARIZATION IMMUNOASSAY COMPARED WITH GAS-CHROMATOGRAPHY AND HPLC

      Clinical chemistry
    53. MEI JV; POWELL MK; HENDERSON LO; SMITH SJ; COOPER GR; MARCOVINA SM; HANNON WH
      METHOD-DEPENDENT VARIATIONS IN THE STABILITY OF APOLIPOPROTEIN-B IN ASTABILIZED LIQUID REFERENCE MATERIAL

      Clinical chemistry
    54. HUESTIS MA; MITCHELL JM; CONE EJ
      LOWERING THE FEDERALLY MANDATED CANNABINOID IMMUNOASSAY CUTOFF INCREASES TRUE-POSITIVE RESULTS

      Clinical chemistry
    55. FUJITA T; HAMASAKI H; FURUKATA C; NONOBE M
      NEW ENZYMATIC ASSAY OF IRON IN SERUM

      Clinical chemistry
    56. WU AHB; LAIOS I; GREEN S; GORNET TG; WONG SS; PARMLEY L; TONNESEN AS; PLAISIER B; ORLANDO R
      IMMUNOASSAYS FOR SERUM AND URINE MYOGLOBIN - MYOGLOBIN CLEARANCE ASSESSED AS A RISK FACTOR FOR ACUTE-RENAL-FAILURE

      Clinical chemistry
    57. TILLYER CR; RAKHORST S; COLLEY CM
      MULTICOMPONENT ANALYSIS FOR ALKALINE-PHOSPHATASE ISOENZYME DETERMINATION BY MULTIPLE LINEAR-REGRESSION

      Clinical chemistry
    58. PANIGRAHI K; DELMAS PD; SINGER F; RYAN W; REISS O; FISHER R; MILLER PD; MIZRAHI I; DARTE C; KRESS BC; CHRISTENSON RH
      CHARACTERISTICS OF A 2-SITE IMMUNORADIOMETRIC ASSAY FOR HUMAN SKELETAL ALKALINE-PHOSPHATASE IN SERUM

      Clinical chemistry
    59. WENTWORTH S; MCBRIDE JA; WALKER WHC
      CHEMILUMINESCENCE RECEPTOR ASSAY FOR MEASURING VITAMIN-B-12 IN SERUM EVALUATED

      Clinical chemistry
    60. BENDER TM; STONE LR; AMENTA JS
      DIAGNOSTIC POWER OF LECITHIN SPHINGOMYELIN RATIO AND FLUORESCENCE POLARIZATION ASSAYS FOR RESPIRATORY-DISTRESS SYNDROME COMPARED BY RELATIVE OPERATING CHARACTERISTIC CURVES/

      Clinical chemistry
    61. TIETZ NW; RINKER AD; MORRISON SR
      WHEN IS A SERUM IRON REALLY A SERUM IRON - THE STATUS OF SERUM IRON MEASUREMENTS

      Clinical chemistry
    62. GREGORY LC; DUH SH; CHRISTENSON RH
      8 COMPACT ANALYSIS SYSTEMS EVALUATED FOR MEASURING TOTAL CHOLESTEROL

      Clinical chemistry
    63. LIANG L; BLOOM NS; HORVAT M
      SIMULTANEOUS DETERMINATION OF MERCURY SPECIATION IN BIOLOGICAL-MATERIALS BY GC CVAFS AFTER ETHYLATION AND ROOM-TEMPERATURE PRECOLLECTION/

      Clinical chemistry
    64. MASTERS PW; JONES RG; PURVES DA; COOPER EH; COONEY JM
      COMMERCIAL ASSAYS FOR SERUM OSTEOCALCIN GIVE CLINICALLY DISCORDANT RESULTS

      Clinical chemistry
    65. FITZGERALD RL; REXIN DA; HEROLD DA
      DETECTING BENZODIAZEPINES - IMMUNOASSAYS COMPARED WITH NEGATIVE CHEMICAL-IONIZATION GAS-CHROMATOGRAPHY MASS-SPECTROMETRY

      Clinical chemistry
    66. KROLL MH; CHESLER R
      NONLINEARITY OF HIGH-DENSITY-LIPOPROTEIN CHOLESTEROL DETERMINATIONS IS MATRIX DEPENDENT

      Clinical chemistry
    67. ORORKE A; KANE MM; GOSLING JP; TALLON DF; FOTTRELL PF
      DEVELOPMENT AND VALIDATION OF A MONOCLONAL-ANTIBODY ENZYME-IMMUNOASSAY FOR MEASURING PROGESTERONE IN SALIVA

      Clinical chemistry
    68. SAMPSON M; RUDDEL M; ELIN RJ
      EFFECTS OF SPECIMEN TURBIDITY AND GLYCEROL CONCENTRATION ON 9 ENZYMATIC METHODS FOR TRIGLYCERIDE DETERMINATION

      Clinical chemistry
    69. PETRARULO M; CERELLI E; MARANGELLA M; COSSEDDU D; VITALE C; LINARI F
      ASSAY OF PLASMA OXALATE WITH SOLUBLE OXALATE OXIDASE

      Clinical chemistry
    70. DIEGO EMD; GUERRERO R; DELAPIEDRA C
      6 OSTEOCALCIN ASSAYS COMPARED

      Clinical chemistry
    71. BEHESHTI I; WESSELS LM; ECKFELDT JH
      EDTA-PLASMA VS SERUM DIFFERENCES IN CHOLESTEROL, HIGH-DENSITY-LIPOPROTEIN CHOLESTEROL, AND TRIGLYCERIDE AS MEASURED BY SEVERAL METHODS

      Clinical chemistry
    72. MILLER JJ; STRAUB RW; VALDES R
      DIGOXIN IMMUNOASSAY WITH CROSS-REACTIVITY OF DIGOXIN METABOLITES PROPORTIONAL TO THEIR BIOLOGICAL-ACTIVITY

      Clinical chemistry
    73. MISHALANI SH; SELIKTAR J; BRAUNSTEIN GD
      4 RAPID SERUM-URINE COMBINATION ASSAYS OF CHORIOGONADOTROPIN (HCG) COMPARED AND ASSESSED FOR THEIR UTILITY IN QUANTITATIVE-DETERMINATIONS OF HCG

      Clinical chemistry
    74. ZUCCHELLI GC; PILO A; CHIESA MR; MASINI S
      SYSTEMATIC DIFFERENCES BETWEEN COMMERCIAL IMMUNOASSAYS FOR FREE-THYROXINE AND FREE TRIIODOTHYRONINE IN AN EXTERNAL QUALITY ASSESSMENT PROGRAM

      Clinical chemistry
    75. THEODORSEN L
      DRY REAGENT TECHNOLOGY - KODAK EKTACHEM 700-XR IN CLINICAL ENZYMOLOGY

      Scandinavian journal of clinical & laboratory investigation
    76. CHAPOTEAU E; CZECH BP; ZAZULAK W; KUMAR A
      NEW REAGENT FOR COLORIMETRIC ASSAY OF CALCIUM IN SERUM

      Clinical chemistry
    77. FARLEY JR; HALL SL; HERRING S; LIBANATI C; WERGEDAL JE
      REFERENCE-STANDARDS FOR QUANTIFICATION OF SKELETAL ALKALINE-PHOSPHATASE ACTIVITY IN SERUM BY HEAT INACTIVATION AND LECTIN PRECIPITATION

      Clinical chemistry
    78. DOCTER R; VANTOOR H; KRENNING EP; DEJONG M; HENNEMANN G
      FREE-THYROXINE ASSESSED WITH 3 ASSAYS IN SERA OF PATIENTS WITH NONTHYROIDAL ILLNESS AND OF SUBJECTS WITH ABNORMAL CONCENTRATIONS OF THYROXINE-BINDING PROTEINS

      Clinical chemistry
    79. WEYKAMP CW; PENDERS TJ; MUSKIET FAJ; VANDERSLIK W
      INFLUENCE OF HEMOGLOBIN-VARIANTS AND DERIVATIVES ON GLYCOHEMOGLOBIN DETERMINATIONS, AS INVESTIGATED BY 102 LABORATORIES USING 16 METHODS

      Clinical chemistry
    80. MCBRIDE JH; KIM SS; DANOVITCH GM; RODGERSON DO; REYES AF; OTA MK
      WHOLE-BLOOD CYCLOSPORINE-G IN RENAL-TRANSPLANT RECIPIENTS DETERMINED BY 2 IMMUNOASSAYS AND LIQUID-CHROMATOGRAPHY

      Clinical chemistry
    81. MADERSBACHER S; TANG SC; SCHWARZ S; DIRNHOFER S; WICK G; BERGER P
      TIME-RESOLVED IMMUNOFLUOROMETRY AND OTHER FREQUENTLY USED IMMUNOASSAYTYPES FOR FOLLICLE-STIMULATING-HORMONE COMPARED BY USING IDENTICAL MONOCLONAL-ANTIBODIES

      Clinical chemistry
    82. ANNESLEY TM; COOMBS RC; ORSULAK PJ
      COMPARISON OF CYCLOSPORINE-G (NVA(2)-CYCLOSPORINE) CONCENTRATIONS MEASURED IN WHOLE-BLOOD BY MONOCLONAL FLUORESCENCE POLARIZATION IMMUNOASSAY, MONOCLONAL RADIOIMMUNOASSAY, AND HPLC

      Clinical chemistry
    83. BERTELLONI S; BARONCELLI GI; BENEDETTI U; FRANCHI G; SAGGESE G
      COMMERCIAL KITS FOR 1,25-DIHYDROXYVITAMIN-D COMPARED WITH A LIQUID-CHROMATOGRAPHIC ASSAY

      Clinical chemistry
    84. YATSCOFF RW; LANGMAN LJ; LEGATT DF
      CROSS-REACTIVITIES OF CYCLOSPORINE-G (NVA(2) CYCLOSPORINE) AND METABOLITES IN CYCLOSPORINE-A IMMUNOASSAYS

      Clinical chemistry
    85. TSANACLIS LM; WILSON JF
      INTRALABORATORY AND INTERLABORATORY SOURCES OF IMPRECISION IN DRUG MEASUREMENTS BY DIFFERENT TECHNIQUES

      Clinical chemistry
    86. LOTT JA; DOUMAS BT
      DIRECT AND TOTAL BILIRUBIN TESTS - CONTEMPORARY PROBLEMS

      Clinical chemistry
    87. KENEMANS P; VANKAMP GJ; OEHR P; VERSTRAETEN RA
      HETEROLOGOUS DOUBLE-DETERMINANT IMMUNORADIOMETRIC ASSAY CA-125-II - RELIABLE 2ND-GENERATION IMMUNOASSAY FOR DETERMINING CA-125 IN SERUM

      Clinical chemistry
    88. MARZ W; SIEKMEIER R; SCHARNAGL H; SEIFFERT UB; GROSS W
      FAST LIPOPROTEIN CHROMATOGRAPHY - NEW METHOD OF ANALYSIS FOR PLASMA-LIPOPROTEINS

      Clinical chemistry
    89. WILSON DH; BOGACZ JP; FORSYTHE CM; TURK PJ; LANE TL; GATES RC; BRANDT DR
      FULLY AUTOMATED-ASSAY OF GLYCOHEMOGLOBIN WITH THE ABBOTT IMX(R) ANALYZER - NOVEL APPROACHES FOR SEPARATION AND DETECTION

      Clinical chemistry
    90. ARMBRUSTER DA; SCHWARZHOFF RH; HUBSTER EC; LISERIO MK
      ENZYME-IMMUNOASSAY, KINETIC MICROPARTICLE IMMUNOASSAY, RADIOIMMUNOASSAY, AND FLUORESCENCE POLARIZATION IMMUNOASSAY COMPARED FOR DRUGS-OF-ABUSE SCREENING

      Clinical chemistry
    91. WILKINSON E; RAE PWH; THOMSON KJT; TOFT AD; SPENCER CA; BECKETT GJ
      CHEMILUMINESCENT 3RD-GENERATION ASSAY (AMERLITE TSH-30) OF THYROID-STIMULATING HORMONE IN SERUM OR PLASMA ASSESSED

      Clinical chemistry


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