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Analytical performance of Abbott C-16000 analyser haemolysis index and its potential use in measuring plasma cell-free haemoglobin.

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Analytical performance of Abbott C-16000 analyser haemolysis index and its potential use in measuring plasma cell-free haemoglobin.
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Annales de Biologie Clinique, March 2023
DOI 10.1684/abc.2023.1785
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Anne-Julie Schapira, Klara Lunte, Carole Hennequin, Stéphanie Vicca, Jean-Louis Beaudeux, Rana Alkoury, Valérie Nivet-Antoine, Alexandre Raynor, Charles-Henry Cottart

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