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  1. The immunoassay handbook.

    Annals of Clinical Biochemistry 51(Pt 4):519 (2014) PMID 24214937

  2. The implementation of a system for managing analytical quality in networked laboratories.

    Annals of Clinical Biochemistry (2011) PMID 21339230

    We propose that other networked laboratories should investigate the suitability of this quality system for use in their network....
  3. Hyperprolactinaemia and mental illness.

    Annals of Clinical Biochemistry 47(Pt 6):576 (2010) PMID 20926466

  4. An improved anion-exchange high-performance liquid chromatography method for measuring oxidized form of LDLs in human plasma.

    Annals of Clinical Biochemistry 47(Pt 5):460 (2010) PMID 20675341

    Our HPLC method separated LDLs into three fractions, which were designated as LDL-1, LDL-2 and LDL-3, on the basis of their negative charges, with LDL-3 the most strongly retained fraction migrating fastest in the anodic direction, a property that reflects the net negative charge of the molecule. We...
  5. Development of a clinically relevant liquid chromatography tandem mass spectrometry assay for 13 drugs of abuse in urine, designed to meet t...

    Annals of Clinical Biochemistry 47:415 (2010) PMID 20595401

    We have developed and validated a fit-for-purpose LC-MS/MS assay for 13 drugs of abuse in urine that obviates the need for multiple screening and confirmatory analytical techniques....
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    Annals of Clinical Biochemistry 45(1):116 (2008)

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    Annals of Clinical Biochemistry 44(1):95 (2007)

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    Annals of Clinical Biochemistry 43(6):522 (2006)

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    Annals of Clinical Biochemistry 43(3):246 (2006)

  10. Correction and reporting of potassium results in haemolysed samples.

    Annals of Clinical Biochemistry 42(Pt 2):119 (2005) PMID 15829120

    The mean (range) potassium increase was 0.0036 mmol/L (0.0029-0.0053 mmol/L) per unit HI. The following equation was developed to estimate potassium increase per HI, in order to compensate approximately for potassium leakage in haemolysed samples: Corrected K+ = Measured K+ -(HI x 0.004). CONCLUSION...