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detection limit

[di′tek·shən ‚lim·ət]
(analytical chemistry)
In chemical analysis, the minimum amount of a particular component that can be determined by a single measurement with a stated confidence level.
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The Fragment Analyzer FEMTO Pulse was developed to address the unmet needs of the genomic industry: namely ultra-low detection limits and the ability to rapidly determine the size/quantity of large fragment DNA up to 165,000 base pairs, which shortens the analysis time to one hour, as opposed to the 14-36 hours required for traditional pulse-field gel electrophoresis.
This article also presents all instrument operating conditions and instrument method performance statistics, including method linearity, accuracy, precision and instrument detection limits for all compounds.
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Since all tools have error claims based on a certainty or probability of detection that must be accounted for, minimum detection limits and standard deviation measurements taken in infinite combinations ensure that a measured monitoring defect, plus the measurement error, do not reach or exceed critical defect sizes.
The new XFlash V5 offers a larger active detector area, which results in shorter measurement times and better detection limits.
The linearity, the detection limits, reproducibility, and recovery were satisfactory.
The broad-spectrum, water-based cationic fluoropolymer is PFOA-free at or above detection limits and has no VOCs or APEO.
The incorporation of an easy-to-use Collision Reaction Interface (CRI II) provides a solution for simple, robust, maintenance-free interference challenges, with the convenience of either Helium- or Hydrogen mode, for improved detection limits of spectrally interfered isotopes and highest accuracy.
However, there would be low detection limits if there are small amounts of the biomarker as the fluorescent light would not be clear.
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The detection limits were determined to be 2x104 CFU per mL and 7x103 CFU per mL for S.

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