reference standards

reference standards

Technical and generic data published by a technically competent organization (such as the ASTM or BRE) that are generally accepted by the building construction industry; they provide acceptability criteria by which products or materials may be evaluated.
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an ISO-certified global provider of molecular and cellular reference standards for assay development, proficiency testing, and quality control, the company said.
Accurate identification and quantification of the isomers of fatty acids need reference standards containing all the different isomers of the unsaturated fatty acids to confirm or eliminate the presence or formation of one or more of the fatty acid isomers.
The deal will see Horizon's HDx Reference Standards getting combined with Sophia Genetics' artificial intelligence, providing hospitals and laboratories with more precise and high quality NGS testing services, assays and genomic data analysis.
Topics the company has addressed include criteria for choosing a testing lab, why products fail tests and how to minimize confusion, how phytochemical reference standards support GMP compliance, and a number of other facets of testing designed to help companies be smarter consumers of testing services.
Restek is now using universally recognized GHS labeling for its reference standards.
As the requirement for data that is comparable to the WMO scale increases, there is a corresponding increase in the demand for comparable reference standards, and this is becoming a problem.
The company's drug reference standards are manufactured and certified to the highest industry standards, including ISO Guide 34, ISO/IEC 17025 and ISO 13485.
HPLC) for comparator clinical dosage forms when innovator reference standards are not readily available for drug substance and impurities?
Table-I: Prevalence of overweight and obesity among adolescent girls in Amman, Jordan, based on IOTF and WHO reference standards.
Lamps intended for use as reference standards may require special or additional seasoning and should be selected from a pool of seasoned lamps.
We describe the results of a comparison of reference standards between the National Institute of Standards and Technology (NIST-USA) and Korea Research Institute of Standards and Science (KRISS-R.
The at-a-glance reference information tells how to identify reference standards, avoid common problems, and locate a range of professional resources.

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