Science & Research
Clinical Chemistry Journal
D. C. L. Vessies, T. C. Linders, M. Lanfermeijer, et al. found that correction of false positive events and application of an adaptive limit of blank increases specificity without a loss of sensitivity in ddPCR.
H. Wang, D. Wiredja, L. Yang, et al. found that real-world concordance between different serologic assays may be lower than previously described in retrospective studies.
M. Sampson, A. Wolska, R. Warnick, et al. found that estimated sdLDL-C could potentially be calculated on all patients tested with a standard lipid panel to improve ASCVD risk stratification.
N. Vogg, M. Kurlbaum, T. Deutschbein, et al. found that quantification of dexamethasone and method-specific cortisol cutoffs in dexamethasone suppression test samples may reduce the false positive rate for this test.
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