Interlaboratory comparison of the measurement of albumin in urine.


Because of increased interest in the assay of albumin in urine and the sensitivity required to quantify concentrations associated with (a) increased risk of developing end-stage renal disease and cardiovascular disease among people with diabetes and (b) renal damage caused by exposure to nephrotoxic substances, we conducted a pilot study of the variation of… (More)


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@article{Mueller1991InterlaboratoryCO, title={Interlaboratory comparison of the measurement of albumin in urine.}, author={Patricia W. Mueller and Michael Larratt MacNeil and Shelagh J. M. Smith and David T. Miller}, journal={Clinical chemistry}, year={1991}, volume={37 2}, pages={191-5} }