Consensus of a group of professional societies and diagnostic companies on guidelines for interim reference ranges for 14 proteins in serum based on the standardization against the IFCC/BCR/CAP Reference Material (CRM 470). International Federation of Clinical Chemistry. Community Bureau of Referenc

@article{Dati1996ConsensusOA,
  title={Consensus of a group of professional societies and diagnostic companies on guidelines for interim reference ranges for 14 proteins in serum based on the standardization against the IFCC/BCR/CAP Reference Material (CRM 470). International Federation of Clinical Chemistry. Community Bureau of Referenc},
  author={Francesco Dati and Gerhard Schumann and Lisa Thomas and Francesco Aguzzi and Siegfried Baudner and Jacques Bienvenu and Ole Blaabjerg and S\oren Blirup-Jensen and Anders Carlstr{\"o}m and Peter H Petersen and Anna M Johnson and A Milford-Ward and Robert F. Ritchie and Pia Svendsen and John T. Whicher},
  journal={European journal of clinical chemistry and clinical biochemistry : journal of the Forum of European Clinical Chemistry Societies},
  year={1996},
  volume={34 6},
  pages={517-20}
}
The release in 1993 of a new reference material for serum proteins, CRM 470/RPPHS 5 has given rise to a great improvement in the between-laboratory variability of serum protein measurements worldwide. Conversion to the new reference material results in significant changes in reference values for some proteins. The establishment of new reference ranges will take a considerable time, and in the interim several professional societies and diagnostic companies have agreed to use consensus reference… CONTINUE READING

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