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CLSI M40

Quality Control of Microbiological Transport Systems; Approved Standard

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Organization: CLSI
Publication Date: 1 June 2014
Status: active
Page Count: 56
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The transport of clinical specimens is a critical component for accurate diagnosis. Preservation of inherent, interpretive attributes of microorganisms and/or nucleic acids can be quickly compromised when the transport conditions or transport devices are suboptimal. The advent of antigen detection methods, methods for amplification and detection of genetic elements, and the requirement for local or distant transport of these sp

Document History

CLSI M40
June 1, 2014
Quality Control of Microbiological Transport Systems; Approved Standard
The transport of clinical specimens is a critical component for accurate diagnosis. Preservation of inherent, interpretive attributes of microorganisms and/or nucleic acids can be quickly compromised...
June 1, 2014
Quality Control of Microbiological Transport Systems; Approved Standard
The transport of clinical specimens is a critical component for accurate diagnosis. Preservation of inherent, interpretive attributes of microorganisms and/or nucleic acids can be quickly compromised...
December 1, 2003
Quality Control of Microbiological Transport Systems; Approved Standard
It is clear that the transport of clinical specimens is a critical component for accurate diagnosis. The preservation of inherent, interpretive attributes of microorganisms and/or nucleic acids can...

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