Effects of preanalytical variables on peptide and protein measurements in human serum and plasma: implications for clinical proteomics.

@article{Rai2006EffectsOP,
  title={Effects of preanalytical variables on peptide and protein measurements in human serum and plasma: implications for clinical proteomics.},
  author={Alex J. Rai and Frank Vitzthum},
  journal={Expert review of proteomics},
  year={2006},
  volume={3 4},
  pages={409-26}
}
There is a wealth of knowledge in the field of in vitro diagnostics with regard to preanalytical variables and their impact on the determination of peptide and protein analytes in human serum and plasma. This information is applicable to clinical proteomics investigations, which utilize the same sample types. Studies have demonstrated that the majority of variations and errors in in vitro diagnostics seem to occur in the preanalytical phase prior to specimen analysis. Preanalytical processes… CONTINUE READING

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