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An enzymatic clinical chemistry laboratory experiment incorporating an introduction to mathematical method comparison techniques

Mark Duxbury
Biochemistry and Molecular Biology Education 2004, 32 (4): 246-9
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An enzymatic laboratory experiment based on the analysis of serum is described that is suitable for students of clinical chemistry. The experiment incorporates an introduction to mathematical method-comparison techniques in which three different clinical glucose analysis methods are compared using linear regression and Bland-Altman difference plots. The experiment may also be undertaken using simple glucose solutions by general biochemistry students.

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