By G.O. Evans
Through proposing history info at the choice and alertness of biochemical exams in protection review reports, this advisor seeks to supply a foundation for making improvements to the information required to intepret data.
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A test compound causing the interference is sometimes called an interferent. The extent of the interference will obviously depend on the level of interferent in the test samples, and this effect may be exaggerated in toxicology studies where the levels may be several multiples of the therapeutic dosages. This form of interference occurs when the test compound is measured directly as if it were the analyte itself, or through its influence as an accelerator or inhibitor of the chemical reactions used to measure the analyte.
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Animal clinical chemistry : a primer for toxicologists by G.O. Evans