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SRM 1950 Metabolites in Frozen Human Plasma

SRM 1950 Metabolites in Frozen Human Plasma - This Standard Reference Material (SRM) is intended primarily for validation of methods for determining metabolites such as fatty acids, electrolytes, vitamins, hormones, and amino acids in human plasma and similar materials. This SRM can also be used for comparison of measurement technologies used in metabolomic studies and for quality assurance when assigning values to in-house reference materials. This SRM is intended to represent "normal" human plasma. A unit of SRM 1950 consists of five vials, each containing approximately 1.0 mL of plasma. This data is public in the Certificate of Analysis for this material.

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Updated: 2022-07-29
Metadata Last Updated: 2015-09-04
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Title SRM 1950 Metabolites in Frozen Human Plasma
Description SRM 1950 Metabolites in Frozen Human Plasma - This Standard Reference Material (SRM) is intended primarily for validation of methods for determining metabolites such as fatty acids, electrolytes, vitamins, hormones, and amino acids in human plasma and similar materials. This SRM can also be used for comparison of measurement technologies used in metabolomic studies and for quality assurance when assigning values to in-house reference materials. This SRM is intended to represent "normal" human plasma. A unit of SRM 1950 consists of five vials, each containing approximately 1.0 mL of plasma. This data is public in the Certificate of Analysis for this material.
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Publisher Name National Institute of Standards and Technology
Contact mailto:srms@nist.gov
Keywords Standard Reference Material , SRM , SRM 1950 , human plasma , certified values , reference values , metabolites , Biosciences and Health
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