Brian M. Feldman1
Nicole Hershey1
Jason Dare1
Christine Smith1
Anna Carmela P. Sagcal-Gironella1
1Brian M. Feldman
1Nicole Hershey
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BACKGROUND Even though real-time PCR has been broadly applied in biomedical sciences, data processing procedures for the analysis of quantitative real-time PCR are still lacking; specifically in the realm of appropriate statistical treatment. Confidence interval and statistical significance considerations are not explicit in many of the current data(More)
  • Rachel L. Seibert, Karen M. Tobias, Ann Reed, Karl R. Snyder
  • 2014
Background. Serum bile acids (SBA) are used as a routine screening tool of liver function in dogs. Serum samples are usually shipped to a referral laboratory for quantitative analysis with an enzymatic chemistry analyzer. The canine SNAP Bile Acids Test (SNAP-BAT) provides an immediate, semi-quantitative measurement of bile acid concentrations in-house.(More)
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