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an·a·lyte

 (ăn′ə-līt′)
n. Chemistry
A substance or sample being analyzed, usually by means of a laboratory procedure or test.

[From analysis, probably on the model of such pairs as electrolysis, electrolyte.]

analyte

(ˈænəˌlaɪt)
n
a substance or sample being analysed
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Relative combined uncertainty of each analyte was calculated by combining uncertainties of imprecision, bias and calibrators.
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The CLSI guideline states that an IFU should document the concentrations of both hemoglobin and analyte tested, as well as the bias observed.
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The flow rate of sample and elution solution flow through the resin assume great importance in extraction efficiency as depending on the flow rate applied to the system more or less retention of the analytes in the resin can occur due to the time available for the establishment of the balance between resin and analyte.
All QC values must be within the 2 SD range for every analyte before patients may be reported.
The data were PT scores and consisted of values between 0 and 100, representing the percentage of correct responses (usually from 5 challenges) during the testing events for each analyte.
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