certified reference material


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certified reference material

[′sərd·ə‚fīd ′ref·rəns ¦mə′tir·ē·əl]
(analytical chemistry)
A reference material, one or more of whose property values are certified by a technically valid procedure, for which a certificate or other documentation has been issued by an appropriate certifying agency.
McGraw-Hill Dictionary of Scientific & Technical Terms, 6E, Copyright © 2003 by The McGraw-Hill Companies, Inc.
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The method was validated by the analysis of triplicate samples, reagent blank, certified reference material DORM-2 (dogfish muscles) and standard addition method.
Certified reference materials are generally accepted as providing traceable values; the reference value is then the certified value of the CRM.
(6.) IS0 15194:2009 In vitro diagnostic medical devices--Measurement of quantities in samples of biological origin--Requirements for certified reference materials and the content of supporting documentation.
The response was linear and parallel when high-signal serum (1.87 mg/L) and plasma (3.00 mg/L) samples and the certified reference material (5.97 mg/L) were diluted up to 8-fold.
Effect of certified reference material 470 (CRM 470) on national quality assurance programs for serum proteins in Europe.
The majority of routinely used CRP immunoassays were calibrated with the Certified Reference Material ERM-DA470 (previously distributed under the code BCR-470), released in 1993.
* The new FDA guidelines stipulate that cCRP assays should be standardized to Certified Reference Material 470, whereas the hsCRP assays, at minimum, should be traceable to Certified Reference Material 470.
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