Product X was niet aantoonbaar in het bloed met een bepalingslimiet van 2 ng/ml.

English translation: limit of quantification

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Dutch term or phrase:bepalingslimiet
English translation:limit of quantification
Entered by: Bryan Crumpler

22:11 Dec 17, 2011
Dutch to English translations [PRO]
Medical - Medical: Pharmaceuticals / bepalingslimiet
Dutch term or phrase: Product X was niet aantoonbaar in het bloed met een bepalingslimiet van 2 ng/ml.
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keesbakhuijzen
Netherlands
Local time: 07:32
limit of quantification
Explanation:
"LOQ is the lowest concentration at which the analyte can not only be reliably detected but at which some predefined goals for bias and imprecision are met. The LOQ may be equivalent to the LOD [limit of detection] or it could be at a much higher concentration."

http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC2556583/

Also see:

http://www.chemieforum.nl/forum/index.php?s=bbf8e1f61bb8acc0...

LLQ = Lower Limit of Quantification (same as LOQ by definition)

Also see pg 10 of:
http://www.docstoc.com/docs/4156860/Annex-to-the-accreditati...

Annnnnd:
http://is.gd/ovbaVX

"The 'Limit of Quantitation‘ (LQ) is provided by the lowest and highest concentrations of

analyte in a sample that can be determined with an acceptable degree of accuracy and

precision. Like the DL, the LQ is usually expressed in terms of a concentration of analyte

per volume. It can further be specified as 'Lower Limit of Quantitation‘ (LLOQ) and

'Higher Limit of Quantitation‘ (HLOQ) and in fact these values determine the range of the

assay. Often, when the LQ is given, actually the LLOQ is meant.

Dutch synonyms of LQ are ‘kwantificeringslimiet’ and ‘bepalingslimiet’. The latter term is often

confused with the Dutch word ‘detectielimiet’."
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Bryan Crumpler
United States
Local time: 15:32
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Thanks for the answer, fully agree
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bepalingslimiet
limit of quantification


Explanation:
"LOQ is the lowest concentration at which the analyte can not only be reliably detected but at which some predefined goals for bias and imprecision are met. The LOQ may be equivalent to the LOD [limit of detection] or it could be at a much higher concentration."

http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC2556583/

Also see:

http://www.chemieforum.nl/forum/index.php?s=bbf8e1f61bb8acc0...

LLQ = Lower Limit of Quantification (same as LOQ by definition)

Also see pg 10 of:
http://www.docstoc.com/docs/4156860/Annex-to-the-accreditati...

Annnnnd:
http://is.gd/ovbaVX

"The 'Limit of Quantitation‘ (LQ) is provided by the lowest and highest concentrations of

analyte in a sample that can be determined with an acceptable degree of accuracy and

precision. Like the DL, the LQ is usually expressed in terms of a concentration of analyte

per volume. It can further be specified as 'Lower Limit of Quantitation‘ (LLOQ) and

'Higher Limit of Quantitation‘ (HLOQ) and in fact these values determine the range of the

assay. Often, when the LQ is given, actually the LLOQ is meant.

Dutch synonyms of LQ are ‘kwantificeringslimiet’ and ‘bepalingslimiet’. The latter term is often

confused with the Dutch word ‘detectielimiet’."

Bryan Crumpler
United States
Local time: 15:32
Native speaker of: Native in EnglishEnglish
PRO pts in category: 8
Grading comment
Thanks for the answer, fully agree

Peer comments on this answer (and responses from the answerer)
agree  Josephine Isaacs (X)
2 hrs

agree  Ron Hartong PhD (X): Nnnnice references.
7 hrs

agree  Lianne Wouters
8 hrs

agree  Ron Willems: Agree with Ronnn
9 hrs

agree  Sally Hill (X): Another reference document from the RIVM, preferring "quantitation" to "quantification" http://bggo.rivm.nl/Documenten/Documenten IG/Rapport Validat...
1 day 4 hrs

agree  Marjolein Snippe
1 day 9 hrs
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