. ( 2006 ): The Horwitz ratio (HorRat): a useful index of method performance with respect to precision . J. AOAC Int. , 89 , 1095 – 1109 .
ISO ( 2005 ): Statistical methods for use in proficiency testing by
Authors:Vania Maslarska, Boyka Tsvetkova, Lily Peikova, and Stanislav Bozhanov
versus concentrations of investigated compounds, and the regression equations were calculated. Each response was the average of three determinations.
The intra-day precision (repeatability) was determined by
Authors:N. H. Hoang, N. L. Huong, S.-Y. Hong, and Je Won Park
[ 8 ], the bio-analytical method validation described below was performed.
Recovery and Selectivity
QC samples with three different levels ( n = 6) spiked with 5 ng mL −1 of IS were prepared, and the precision of
for 10 min, the supernatant (2 μL) was injected into the UPLC–MS/MS system for analysis.
Rigorous tests for selectivity, linearity, accuracy, precision, recovery, and stability, according to the
administration in rats. The UPLC–MS/MS method in this study was validated for selectivity, linearity, accuracy, precision, recovery, and stability with a total run time of 3 min.
Chemicals and Reagents
Authors:Shuhua Tong, Yuqi Zeng, Jianshe Ma, and Congcong Wen
each peak, draw a standard curve with the peak area against the concentration, and evaluate the linearity of the standard curve. Precision and accuracy The precision and accuracy were evaluated by measuring mouse blood QC samples at in six replicates
Authors:Ahmed K. Kammoun, Zuhier Ahmed Awan, Tarek Elawady, Alaa Khedr, and Mohamed I. El-Awady
selectivity, linearity, stability, accuracy, and precision. A selectivity study was confirmed by comparing the chromatograms of blank human plasma with that of the spiked plasma to ensure that no endogenous substances were observed at the retention times of
Authors:Ruijie Chen, Mengrou Lu, Xiaoting Tu, Wei Sun, Weijian Ye, Jianshe Ma, Congcong Wen, Xianqin Wang, and Peiwu Geng
solutions at equivalent concentrations, and this peak area ratio is defined as the matrix effect. The matrix effect of the IS was evaluated at a concentration of 50 ng/mL in the similar manner.
Accuracy and precision were evaluated by the