Adaptation of blank-corrected methods for measurement of total and conjugated bilirubin and uric acid to the centrifugal analyzer.
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- Publication Date
Apr 01, 1976
The blank-corrected determination in serum of total and conjugated bilirubin and of uric acid has been adapted to the centrifugal analyzer. Bilirubin is measured by a modified Jendrassik and Grof procedure; uric acid is determined kinetically by using a reaction based on reduction of ferric ion, including a uricase-treated blank. Sensitivity and precision of both methods are excellent, and results compare well with those obtained by commonly used procedures.
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