Errors in microdensitometry

@article{Goldstein1981ErrorsIM,
  title={Errors in microdensitometry},
  author={David John Goldstein},
  journal={The Histochemical Journal},
  year={1981},
  volume={13},
  pages={251-267}
}
Microdensitometric errors can originate in the instrument, in the specimen or in the human operator. Instrumental sources of systematic error mostly reduce the apparent integrated absorbance, especially of relatively small and highly absorbing objects. They can be assessed, minimized or eliminated by available techniques, but with modern apparatus are in general important only if results of high accuracy are required. Instrument errors include: (a) distributional error, due to the use of too… CONTINUE READING

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