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Pre-study Analytical Method Validation: Comparison of Four Alternative Approaches Based on Quality-level Estimation and Tolerance Intervals

Bibliographic reference Govaerts, Bernadette ; Dewe, Walthere ; Maumy, Myriam ; Boulanger, Bruno. Pre-study Analytical Method Validation: Comparison of Four Alternative Approaches Based on Quality-level Estimation and Tolerance Intervals. In: Quality and Reliability Engineering International, Vol. 24, no. 6, p. 667-680 (2008)
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