Analytical tests carried out at Midwest Laboratories, Inc. are supported by Quality Control procedures. Different methods require different Quality Control (QC) protocols, however three aspects are deemed most important. The three procedures are Method Blank, Percent RPD, and Percent Recovery.
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Salmonella can be transferred from birds & mammals defecating, and then having that raw or unprocessed manure spread onto fields.READ MORE
Before sampling, freeze cool pack enclosed in kit. This will allow the sample to remain cool until it reaches the laboratory. Open the cold water faucet and allow the water to run for several minutes. Fill the enclosed bottle(s). If purity (total coliform) is to be checked, please use caution with the sterile plastic bottle. DO NOT rinse this jar and avoid touching any inner surface of the bottle or lid with your fingers.READ MORE
A detection level shows a relationship between levels of analyte and some sort of a response. The response could be no observable response, a maximum response, and the standard curve.READ MORE