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It is of course easy to see why one might want to begin a book on the ontological commitments of second-order quantification with a discussion of ontological commitment in general, and everything Kramer says in Part I is very plausible and very carefully worked through; however, it is not clear to me that everything dealt with in Part I is needed for Kramer's eventual defense of second-orderism.
In addition, MRM offers superior multiplexing capabilities, allowing for the simultaneous quantification of numerous proteins in parallel.
MS-based quantification relies on the monitoring of selected ionized products of target analytes, integrating the resulting extracted ion chromatograms, and comparing peak areas between 2 experimental conditions for relative quantification or to reference areas generated by standards of known concentration for absolute quantification (24-26).
MRM-like approaches have been used since the late 1970s in clinical laboratories for quantification of low molecular weight substances and metabolites (30, 31).
Because of matrix effects and interference from other more highly abundant proteins, however, the limit of quantification (LOQ) and specificity of MRM assays are hindered by the large dynamic range and complex nature of direct digests (41,44).
Bias may be present (a) in the job analysis phase; (b) through the particular choice, definition and anchoring of the compensatory factors; (c) during the evaluation of the jobs against the retained factors; and (d) because of the quantification and weighting of the raw factor scores (i.
The present paper focuses on the latter, quantification stage, in particular within the context of the most popular job evaluation technique, namely the point method (Doverspike & Barrett, 1984).
Essentially, two types of quantification principles can be distinguished, depending on whether the principle is general (i.
when the list of retained quantification principles is valid--these properties identify the sets ||omega.

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