By Peter Bedson, Helen Parkes, V (Ginny) Saunders, Sue Upton
Introduces the problems of validation and caliber to the bioanalytical group, in particular addressing DNA-based analyses. Designed to elevate understanding of the criteria which could impact the validity of DNA research and the creation of extra demanding situations which are linked to the research of actual samples. Spiral.
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A. R. and Middleton-Price, H. 1996. Quality assurance in molecular diagnosis: the UK experience. In: Molecular Diagnosis of Genetic Diseases (ed. ), pp. 341-352. Humana Press, Totowa, NJ. 16. NAMAS M10. 1989. 17. I S 0 Guide 30 CHAPTER 3 DNA Extraction GINNY C. 1 Introduction The isolation of genomic DNA is, in many cases, a fundamental requirement for analytical molecular biological procedures. This chapter is concerned with situations where DNA extraction forms the first step in the analytical process.
G. a provision for the accountability of false negatives and false positives, or definition of the accuracy of quantitative analyses. 5. Select and/or develop methodologies. Based on the information gathered in points 1-4 above, select a compatible methodology either from published procedures, either by building a procedure from other methods currently in use or by developing a new methodology. Selection or development will be based on known or theorised characteristics of how the method performs and should be expected to generate data that meet the needs of the enquiry and the sample in question.
4) or other external control schemes. 4 Clinical Pa thology Accredita t ion Standards Standards are intended to meet most medical diagnostic laboratory services, including clinical biochemistry, microbiology, haematology, virology, immunology and molecular genetics. More information is given in their ‘Accreditation Handbook’. 4 Proficiency Testing Schemes PT schemes, sometimes called External Quality Assessment (EQA) schemes in the clinical sector, can be run on a co-operative basis between laboratories carrying out comparable analyses or by a single organisation.