Stability of hematologic analytes in monkey, rabbit, rat, and mouse blood stored at 4°C in EDTA using the ADVIA 120 hematology analyzer.

@article{Ameri2011StabilityOH,
  title={Stability of hematologic analytes in monkey, rabbit, rat, and mouse blood stored at 4°C in EDTA using the ADVIA 120 hematology analyzer.},
  author={Mehrdad Ameri and Henry A Schnaars and John R Sibley and David J. Honor},
  journal={Veterinary clinical pathology},
  year={2011},
  volume={40 2},
  pages={188-93}
}
BACKGROUND The time from sampling to analysis can be delayed when blood samples are shipped to distant reference laboratories or when analysis cannot be readily performed. OBJECTIVE The objective of this study was to evaluate the stability of hematologic analytes in blood samples from monkeys, rabbits, rats, and mice when samples were stored for up to 72 hours at 4°C. METHODS Blood samples from 30 monkeys, 15 rabbits, 20 rats, and 30 mice were collected into EDTA-containing tubes and were… CONTINUE READING
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