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Unflaggable lower limit of detection for urine creatinine on the Vitros 250 analyzer can cause misclassification of urine specimen integrity for water-substituted samples



Unflaggable lower limit of detection for urine creatinine on the Vitros 250 analyzer can cause misclassification of urine specimen integrity for water-substituted samples



Clinical Chemistry 49(S6): A77-A78, June




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