Record
Title
Toward standardization of carbohydrate-deficient transferrin (CDT) measurements: III. Performance of native serum and serum spiked with disialotransferrin proves that harmonization of CDT assays is possible
Type
Journal Article
Publ. year
2013
Author/s
Weykamp, Cas; Wielders, Jos P. M.; Helander, Anders; Anton, Raymond F. et al.
Department/s
Clinical Chemistry, Malmö
In LUP since
2013-07-01
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