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This volume has been written with the purpose, according to the author, of filling the gap between "cookbooks" for use in the clinical laboratory and theoretical textbooks of biochemistry. It is presented at a technician level with the assumption that technicians want to learn more about tests which they run.
The volume is divided into two sections. The first is devoted to fundamental quantitation and instrumentation. It is well presented and merits reading by anyone working in the laboratory. The second part includes methods for most tests run in a clinical chemistry laboratory. The chemical basis for a number of
Clinical Chemistry: Principles and Procedures.. Ann Intern Med. 1957;46:827. doi: https://doi.org/10.7326/0003-4819-46-4-827_2
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