Concentrations of A-I, HDL-C and α-lipoproteins have recently been determined and correlated as risk-factors for coronary heart disease. In order to evaluate and appraise the measurement of these compounds for epidemiological studies or general clinical use, the method applied must fulfill certain criteria. The method should be easy to perform, fast, not too laborious and should allow wide use in general clinical laboratories. The method must also fulfill basic criteria of quality control for a clinical chemical analysis, especially with respect to precision and accuracy.
Rate Unit Radial Immunodiffusion Clinical Chemical Analysis High Density Lipopro Human High Density
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