By Tim Sandle

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Published on: September 19, 2019

Summary: This article considers some of the sources of variation which affect the LAL test. These sources are important for the laboratory user to understand, especially for the design of the assay and with the investigation of test anomalies. The article also considers one key measure of variability: the coefficient of variation. This is an important check for the laboratory supervisor to include when reviewing test results. One final and important aspect of LAL test variation is analyst error. This will be assessed in a second article which will appear in a future issue of the PMF Newsletter.

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