Analytical Range is a Poor Metric for Comparing Newborn Screening Assay Performance

A major goal of any newborn screening laboratory is to adopt screening methods that best identify those at-risk for a particular disorder. Although the term analytical range has recently been presented as a metric for method performance comparison for newborn screening of lysosomal storage disorders, it is a poor comparator of assay platforms. Download our free white paper to learn why Z-factor is the superior metric over analytical range when comparing newborn screening assay performance.

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