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Garcia-webb P.
Pathology - Journal of the RCPA: 1978
doi: 10.3109/00313027809063482
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Summary: The use of different units, methods and instruments in chemical pathology has produced a situation in which different laboratories may produce numerically different results for the same analysis. The more complete use of SI, the introduction to Australia of reference methods and the production in Australia of a pool of reference material will reduce the extent of this problem.

(C) 1978 Royal College of Pathologists of Australasia

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