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    1. Nedelkov, D; Nelson, RW
      Analysis of native proteins from biological fluids by biomolecular interaction analysis mass spectrometry (BIA/MS): exploring the limit of detection,identification of non-specific binding and detection of multi-protein complexes

      BIOSENSORS & BIOELECTRONICS
    2. Glass, DC; Gray, CN
      Estimating mean exposures from censored data: Exposure to benzene in the Australian petroleum industry

      ANNALS OF OCCUPATIONAL HYGIENE
    3. Castillo, MA; Castells, RC
      Initial evaluation of quantitative performance of chromatographic methods using replicates at multiple concentrations

      JOURNAL OF CHROMATOGRAPHY A
    4. Lee, KR; Dipaolo, B; Ji, XY
      Calibration and LOD/LOQ estimation of a chemiluminescent hybridization assay for residual DNA in recombinant protein drugs expressed in E-coli using a four-parameter logistic model

      DRUG DEVELOPMENT AND INDUSTRIAL PHARMACY
    5. Hu, SYB; Lillquist, A; Arnold, MA; Wiencek, JM
      Partial least square analysis of lysozyme near-infrared spectra

      APPLIED BIOCHEMISTRY AND BIOTECHNOLOGY
    6. Bajaj, S; Welsh, JB; Leif, RC; Price, JH
      Ultra-rare-event detection performance of a custom scanning cytometer on amodel preparation of fetal nRBCs

      CYTOMETRY
    7. Nedelkov, D; Nelson, RW
      Exploring the limit of detection in biomolecular interaction analysis massspectrometry (BIA/MS): detection of attomole amounts of native proteins present in complex biological mixtures

      ANALYTICA CHIMICA ACTA
    8. Qato, MK; Mohammed, FA
      An improved HPLC assay for determination of nifedipine in human plasma after oral administration of Adalat

      STP PHARMA SCIENCES
    9. Kuselman, I; Sherman, F
      Assessment of limits of detection and quantitation using calculation of uncertainty in a new method for water determination

      ACCREDITATION AND QUALITY ASSURANCE
    10. Ishikawa, M; Matsuda, R; Hayashi, Y; Yomota, C; Yamaguchi, A; Iwaki, K; Obana, H; Sato, M; Yoshida, T; Tsuji, M
      Co-operative study for precision and limit of detection in HPLC analysis

      BUNSEKI KAGAKU
    11. Volke, P; Merkel, B
      Using of a new field analysis method to investigate the stability of arsenic and its inorganic species in aquatic systems

      ACTA HYDROCHIMICA ET HYDROBIOLOGICA
    12. Kunkel, A; Watzig, H
      Micellar electrokinetic capillary chromatography as a powerful tool for pharmacological investigations without sample pretreatment: A precise technique providing cost advantages and limits of detection to the low nanomolar range

      ELECTROPHORESIS
    13. Hubert, P; Chiap, P; Crommen, J; Boulanger, B; Chapuzet, E; Mercier, N; Bervoas-Martin, S; Chevalier, P; Grandjean, D; Lagorce, P; Lallier, M; Laparra, MC; Laurentie, M; Nivet, JC
      The SFSTP guide on the validation of chromatographic methods for drug bioanalysis: from the Washington Conference to the laboratory

      ANALYTICA CHIMICA ACTA
    14. Trallero, J
      Limits of detection and limits of determination in quantitative analyticalprocedures using regression lines solved by the least-squares method - Determination of the concentration of magnesium in potable waters by flame atomic absorption

      AFINIDAD
    15. SCHIEWE J; HAZI J; VICENTEBECKETT VA; BOND AM
      A UNIFIED APPROACH TO TRACE ANALYSIS AND EVALUATION OF ELECTRODE-KINETICS WITH FAST FOURIER-TRANSFORM ELECTROCHEMICAL INSTRUMENTATION

      Journal of electroanalytical chemistry [1992]
    16. ISHIKAWA M; MATSUDA R; HAYASHI Y; SASAKI K; TOYODA M
      COMPARISON OF THE LIMIT OF DETECTION IN H PLC

      Bunseki Kagaku
    17. MEREDITH D; MAIDMENT C; GIBBS K
      TOTAL AMMONIA MONITORING USING AN OPTRODE AND AN ELECTROCHEMICAL SAMPLE PH ADJUSTING SYSTEM

      Water science and technology
    18. TYSON JF; ELLIS RI; MCINTOSH SA; HANNA CP
      EFFECT OF SAMPLE VOLUME ON THE LIMIT OF DETECTION IN FLOW-INJECTION HYDRIDE GENERATION ELECTROTHERMAL ATOMIC-ABSORPTION SPECTROMETRY

      Journal of analytical atomic spectrometry
    19. ALVARADO J; JAFFE R
      TUBE IN FLAME ATOMIZATION - A WAY OF ENHANCING DETECTION LIMITS IN FLAME ATOMIC-ABSORPTION SPECTROMETRY

      Journal of analytical atomic spectrometry
    20. POWELL MK; WHITFIELD W; REDELMAN D; HENDERSON LO; VOGT RF
      TITRATION OF A CD45-FITC CONJUGATE TO DETERMINE THE LINEARITY AND DYNAMIC-RANGE OF FLUORESCENCE INTENSITY MEASUREMENTS ON LYMPHOCYTES

      Cytometry
    21. BRUCE P; MINKKINEN P; RIEKKOLA ML
      PRACTICAL METHOD VALIDATION - VALIDATION SUFFICIENT FOR AN ANALYSIS METHOD

      Mikrochimica acta
    22. KOBELT DJ; HEES SM; HILDEBRANDT RD; WNENDT S
      VALIDATION OF A METHOD FOR AUTOMATED NUCLEOTIDE-SEQUENCE ANALYSIS ANDESTIMATION OF THE LIMITS OF DETECTION OF VARIANT SEQUENCES IN A HETEROGENIC DNA SAMPLE

      Analytical letters
    23. JULICHER B; GOWIK P; UHLIG S
      ASSESSMENT OF DETECTION METHODS IN TRACE ANALYSIS BY MEANS OF A STATISTICALLY BASED IN-HOUSE VALIDATION CONCEPT

      Analyst
    24. OGAWA Y; MORITA K; TANAKA S; SETOGUCHI M; THAI CN
      APPLICATION OF X-RAY CT FOR DETECTION OF PHYSICAL FOREIGN MATERIALS IN FOODS

      Transactions of the ASAE
    25. SHE N
      ANALYZING CENSORED WATER-QUALITY DATA USING A NONPARAMETRIC APPROACH

      Journal of the american water resources association
    26. WEI J; PILLION J; HOANG C
      IN-LINE MOISTURE MONITORING IN SEMICONDUCTOR PROCESS GASES BY A REACTIVE-METAL-COATED QUARTZ-CRYSTAL MICROBALANCE

      Journal of the IES
    27. FAYOLLE P; PICQUE D; CORRIEU G
      MONITORING OF FERMENTATION PROCESSES PRODUCING LACTIC-ACID BACTERIA BY MIDINFRARED SPECTROSCOPY

      Vibrational spectroscopy
    28. BLUMHORST MR; MUELLER TC
      QUALITY-CONTROL PROCEDURES IN HERBICIDE FIELD DISSIPATION STUDIES

      Weed technology
    29. FABER K; KOWALSKI BR
      PROPAGATION OF MEASUREMENT ERRORS FOR THE VALIDATION OF PREDICTIONS OBTAINED BY PRINCIPAL COMPONENT REGRESSION AND PARTIAL LEAST-SQUARES

      Journal of chemometrics
    30. HAYASHI Y; MATSUDA R
      MEASUREMENT OF UNCERTAINTY AND DISCRIMINATION LIMIT IN PURITY TESTS OF DRUG QUALITY

      Journal of pharmaceutical and biomedical analysis
    31. CARRE M; EXCOFFIER S; MERMET JM
      A STUDY OF THE RELATION BETWEEN THE LIMIT OF DETECTION AND THE LIMIT OF QUANTITATION IN INDUCTIVELY-COUPLED PLASMA SPECTROCHEMISTRY

      Spectrochimica acta, Part B: Atomic spectroscopy
    32. KUNKEL A; GUNTER S; WATZIG H
      DETERMINATION OF PHARMACEUTICALS IN PLASMA BY CAPILLARY ELECTROPHORESIS WITHOUT SAMPLE PRETREATMENT REPRODUCIBILITY, LIMIT OF QUANTITATION AND LIMIT OF DETECTION

      Electrophoresis
    33. CARDOSO AA; LIU HH; DASGUPTA PK
      FLUOROMETRIC FIBER OPTIC DROP SENSOR FOR ATMOSPHERIC HYDROGEN-SULFIDE

      Talanta
    34. HILL MJ; MORGAN RL; BARHAM PJ
      MINIMUM BRANCH CONTENT FOR DETECTION OF LIQUID-LIQUID PHASE-SEPARATION, USING INDIRECT TECHNIQUES, IN BLENDS OF POLYETHYLENE WITH ETHYLENE-OCTENE AND ETHYLENE-BUTENE COPOLYMERS

      Polymer
    35. NORROD KL; SUDNIK LM; ROUSELL D; ROWLEN KL
      QUANTITATIVE COMPARISON OF 5 SERS SUBSTRATES - SENSITIVITY AND LIMIT OF DETECTION

      Applied spectroscopy
    36. LEGARREC H; GIAMARCHI P; CABON JY; APPRIOU P; LEBIHAN A
      SPECTROSCOPIC FACTORS OPTIMIZATION IN ELECTROTHERMAL ATOMIC-ABSORPTION SPECTROMETRY VIA AN OPTIMAL EXPERIMENTAL-DESIGN MATRIX

      Analytica chimica acta
    37. FARRY L; OXSPRING DA; SMYTH WF; MARCHANT R
      A STUDY OF THE EFFECTS OF INJECTION MODE, ON-CAPILLARY STACKING AND OFF-LINE CONCENTRATION ON THE CAPILLARY ELECTROPHORESIS LIMITS OF DETECTION FOR 4 STRUCTURAL TYPES OF INDUSTRIAL DYES

      Analytica chimica acta
    38. VANBREEMEN RB; HUANG CR
      HIGH-PERFORMANCE LIQUID-CHROMATOGRAPHY ELECTROSPRAY MASS-SPECTROMETRYOF RETINOIDS

      The FASEB journal
    39. POUSSEL E; MERMET JM
      SIMULTANEOUS MEASUREMENTS OF SIGNAL AND BACKGROUND IN INDUCTIVELY-COUPLED PLASMA-ATOMIC EMISSION-SPECTROMETRY - EFFECTS ON PRECISION, LIMITOF DETECTION AND LIMIT OF QUANTITATION

      Spectrochimica acta, Part B: Atomic spectroscopy
    40. LEE KR; MCALLISTER PR
      HELPING ANALYTICAL SCIENTISTS APPLY STATISTICS

      Drug development and industrial pharmacy
    41. KUPILARANTALA T
      SENSITIVITY STUDIES OF EXTERNAL-BEAM PIXE, PIGE AND NRB METHODS - APPLICATION TO MEDICAL AND BIOLOGICAL SAMPLES

      Acta polytechnica Scandinavica. Ph, Applied physics series
    42. LONGERICH HP; JACKSON SE; GUNTHER D
      LASER-ABLATION INDUCTIVELY-COUPLED PLASMA-MASS SPECTROMETRIC TRANSIENT SIGNAL DATA-ACQUISITION AND ANALYTE CONCENTRATION CALCULATION

      Journal of analytical atomic spectrometry
    43. DAKINS ME; PORTER PS; WEST M; RAO ST
      USING UNCENSORED TRACE-LEVEL MEASUREMENTS TO DETECT TRENDS IN-GROUND WATER CONTAMINATION

      Water resources bulletin
    44. HANSELER E; FEHR J; KELLER H
      ESTIMATION OF THE LOWER LIMITS OF MANUAL AND AUTOMATED PLATELET COUNTING

      American journal of clinical pathology
    45. MOHAMMAD A; KHAN MAM
      TLC SEPARATION AND MICROGRAM DETECTION OF METAL-IONS ON LITHIUM CHLORIDE-IMPREGNATED SILICA-GEL AND ALUMINA LAYERS

      JPC. Journal of planar chromatography, modern TLC
    46. SANTONI F; BURELLI F; COSTA J
      THE USE OF 2 LINES OF EMISSION TO MEASURE AN ELEMENT WITH ICP

      Analusis
    47. LEBIHAN A; LEGARREC H; CABON JY; GUERN Y
      NOISE STUDIES FOR DETECTION LIMITS FOR SOME ELECTROTHERMAL ATOMIC-ABSORPTION DETERMINATIONS AND CALCULATION OF THE OPTIMAL DETECTION LIMIT FROM ONE ATOMIZATION

      Journal of analytical atomic spectrometry
    48. HANSELER E; KELLER H
      A NEW MATHEMATICAL PROCEDURE FOR THE ASSESSMENT OF TEST-PERFORMANCE OF PSA ASSAYS

      Scandinavian journal of clinical & laboratory investigation
    49. GROSS HJ; VERWER B; HOUCK D; HOFFMAN RA; RECKTENWALD D
      MODEL STUDY DETECTING BREAST-CANCER CELLS IN PERIPHERAL-BLOOD MONONUCLEAR-CELLS AT FREQUENCIES AS LOW AS 10(-7)

      Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United Statesof America
    50. HAYASHI Y; MATSUDA R; POE RB
      PREDICTION OF PRECISION FROM SIGNAL AND NOISE MEASUREMENT IN LIQUID-CHROMATOGRAPHY - LIMIT OF DETECTION

      Chromatographia
    51. HAYASHI Y; MATSUDA R
      PREDICTION OF PRECISION FROM SIGNAL AND NOISE MEASUREMENT IN LIQUID-CHROMATOGRAPHY - MATHEMATICAL RELATIONSHIP BETWEEN INTEGRATION DOMAIN AND PRECISION

      Chromatographia
    52. WOLFF SC; KOVAR KA
      DIRECT HPTLC-FTIR MEASUREMENT IN COMBINATION WITH AMD

      JPC. Journal of planar chromatography, modern TLC
    53. WINEFORDNER JD; PETRUCCI GA; STEVENSON CL; SMITH BW
      THEORETICAL AND PRACTICAL LIMITS IN ATOMIC SPECTROSCOPY PLENARY LECTURE

      Journal of analytical atomic spectrometry
    54. HANSELER E; KELLER B; KELLER H
      VARIANCE FUNCTION AS BASIS FOR ASSESSMENT OF TEST-PERFORMANCE - METHODOLOGICAL STUDIES WITH 2 ASSAYS OF PROSTATE-SPECIFIC ANTIGEN

      Clinical chemistry
    55. BERTHOUEX PM; GAN DR
      A MODEL OF MEASUREMENT PRECISION AT LOW CONCENTRATIONS

      Water environment research
    56. BERTHOUEX PM
      A STUDY OF THE PRECISION OF LEAD MEASUREMENTS AT CONCENTRATIONS NEAR THE METHOD LIMIT OF DETECTION

      Water environment research


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