Definition of the week – Interference

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    fsgmanager on #3810

    Interference: Leads to observed values being different from actual values. Interference can originate from substances, assay procedures, reagents and sample collection/processing.

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    Robert MacNeill on #7077

    It is probably worth indicating that an interference may or may not be picked up by a detector. Also, that the composition and inherent variability within a given biological matrix is a common interferent contributor.

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