Lamellar body count in amniotic fluid: a comparative study of four different hematology analyzers.

  title={Lamellar body count in amniotic fluid: a comparative study of four different hematology analyzers.},
  author={Arpad Szallasi and Ann M. Gronowski and Charles S. Eby},
  journal={Clinical chemistry},
  volume={49 6 Pt 1},
present study shows once again that standardization and/or recalibration of immunoassays in general is difficult to achieve with a common calibrator alone but needs split-sample measurements with a reference measurement procedure. This stems from the well-known fact that immunoassays may suffer from differences in behavior related to differences between the matrices of calibrators and those of real samples (1). Standardization/recalibration makes sense only when sufficient correlation of the… CONTINUE READING

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