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Urinary inorganic phosphorus determinations
  1. D. H. Jung,
  2. A. C. Parekh1
  1. Clinical Laboratory, Indiana University Medical Center, Indianapolis, Indiana, USA


    The Parekh-Jung method for determination of inorganic phosphorus in serum was applied to its determination in urine. Accuracy is good. The mean percentage recovery of added phosphorus was 100·2%. Forty analyses of a sample gave a mean value of 46·71 mg/100 ml ± 0·76 standard deviation (between-batch precision). The relative usefulness of the Parekh-Jung method compared with those other methods is discussed.

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