A semi-automated determination of serum triglycerides.

  title={A semi-automated determination of serum triglycerides.},
  author={Michael Kraml and L Cosyns},
  journal={Clinical Biochemistry},
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It is important to have reliable, reproducible, rapid, and inexpensive methods for triglycerides and cholesterol, because both analyses are required for hyperlipoproteinemia screening. Colorimetric
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