Jarrett J. Barber

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The concentration detection threshold (CDT) is the concentration of particles in solution beyond which a (serial dilution) assay detects particle presence. By our account, CDTs typically are not estimated but are fixed at some value. Setting a CDT to zero ( $$d=0$$ d = 0 ) implies perfect detection, a common assumption, and setting $$d>0$$ d > 0 gives(More)
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