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Understanding Analytical Error—The Use of Controls and Blind Controls | IVT

The use of controls and blind controls is good science and is an expectation of any world class laboratory Control samples should be representative material, stable for a long period of time, be homogeneous, and have sufficient supply Proper control charts can illuminate best practices that can ultimately improve analytical laboratory measurements The best estimates for analytical error are produced by blind controls. Download "Understanding Analytical Error—The Use of Controls and Blind Controls"

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