multichannel analyzer


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multichannel analyzer

[¦məl·tē′chan·əl ′an·ə‚līz·ər]
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The FORS consisted of the sensing probe with an aluminium foil reflector, transmitting plastic optical fiber, and light-measuring system that comprised a photomultiplier tube, preamplifier, multichannel analyzer, and laptop computer.
The Captus 3000 also features a new software package that enables the system to perform a variety of additional tests, including Quality Assurance, Wipe Testing, Bioassay, Multichannel Analyzer and Lab Tests, including Schilling, Red Blood Cell (RBC) Survival, and I-125 and Chromium-51 (Cr-51) Blood Volume.
The unit cost of a test measured by the automated multichannel analyzer (14 chemistry test items, CBC, CRP, and sialic acid) was calculated by adding the test-specific cost to the baseline cost divided by the number of tests measured simultaneously.
Another example is determining whether a multichannel analyzer in use needs calibration.

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