Category: calibration

Liquid controls for tumour markers are ready to use

THE LATEST Acusera tumour marker control from Randox covers 15 of the most¬†common cancer antigens and tumour markers, and includes assayed, instrument-specific target values to enable laboratories to monitor accuracy and precision.¬† Supplied in ready-to-use liquid format makes this control…

The right questions to ask about pipette calibration

WHEN developing a pipette calibration programme for your laboratory, there are many questions that need to be asked and decisions to be made, write Ann Lenhardt and Erin Lenhardt of Calibrate. What tolerances should you use? How often should you…

Multi-analyte quality controls can now be customised

A NEW customisation service for the development of unique multi-analyte toxicology control material has been launched by Randox Toxiciology. Reference materials play a crucial role in toxicology testing, in order to calibrate instruments to prevent errors deliver accurate results. By…

Factors affecting CHN analysis

THE CHN (carbon, hydrogen, nitrogen) elemental analyser is a mainstay of many analytical laboratories, and a new white paper from Exeter Analytical helps to throw some light on the factors affecting the performance of these instruments. Looking at the way…

Calibrating pipettes at 100 laboratories

ACCURATE pipette performance is vital to any laboratory, and can only be assured through regular calibration. This is essential not only for Good Laboratory Practice (GLP) and Good Manufacturing Practice (GMP) requirements, but for any quality assurance structure. Mettler Toledo…