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LOBLarge Object(s)
LOBLine Of Business
LOBLeft On Base (baseball)
LOBLegion of Boom (Seattle Seahawks)
LOBLibrary of Birmingham (Birmingham, England, UK)
LOBLegend of Blue-Eyes White Dragon (Yu-Gi-Oh cards)
LOBLine of Balance
LOBLarge Object
LOBLinked Object
LOBLoaf of Bread
LOBLateral Organ Boundary (genes)
LOBLancaster-Oslo-Bergen
LOBLand of Bears (anime)
LOBLine-Of-Balance (project management)
LOBLaboratory of Biomedical Optics (Switzerland)
LOBLots of Blood (band)
LOBLoss of Balance
LOBLimit Order Book (finance)
LOBLoad of Bollocks
LOBLive on Board
LOBLordz of Brooklyn (band)
LOBLimit of Blank
LOBLow-Order Byte
LOBLazy Old Bastard
LOBLaunch Operations Building
LOBLost on Board (travel)
LOBLimitation of Benefit (insurance)
LOBLow-Order Bit
LOBLease Office Building (United Arab Emirates)
LOBLost on Base (military slang)
LOBLocally Optimum Bayes (parametric theory)
LOBLimited Operating Base
LOBLondon over the Border (Girl Guides Association geographic area)
LOBLoss Of Bargain
LOBLeft Out Board (locations of aircraft underwing pylons)
LOBLine Of Bearing/Balance
LOBLand Order of Battle
LOBLocal Option Budgeting
LOBLoss Of Break
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In addition, testing different bacterial strains (Table 1) with [alpha]-OmpW and [alpha]-CtxB ELISA did not show signals higher than their limit of blanks (OD: 0.254 and OD: 0.123, respectively), indicating no cross-reactivity with the tested bacteria.
Upon preparation of the test strips, AFM1 or CAP standards at various concentrations were used to assess the performance of bFQICA, including assay limit of blank and variability, test repeatability, and concentration recovery, as well as test stability.
[8] Nonstandard abbreviations: ED, emergency department; AMI, acute myocardial infarction; LoB, limit of blank; hs-cTnT, high-sensitivity cardiac troponin T; LoD, limit of detection; ECG, electrocardiograph; MACE, major adverse cardiac events; PPV, positive predictive value; NPV, negative predictive value; AUC, area under the ROC curve; MACS, Manchester Acute Coronary Syndromes.
We considered "measurable" hs-cTnT to be any value above the accepted limit of detection of 5.0 ng/L, but also considered those above the limit of blank (3.0 ng/L) in separate analyses.
In an exploratory analysis, using values down to the limit of blank, we found that a higher proportion of participants from the US had an hs-cTnT value above 3.0 ng/L (57.2 vs 47.3%; P = 0.05).
Many participants had hs-cTnT between the limit of blank (3.0 ng/L) and limit of detection (5.0 ng/L), and the median values for both groups fell in this range.
In addition, 84% of the patients had a detectable hs-cTnI concentration ([greater than or equal to] 1.3 ng/L, limit of blank).
No participants had values below the limit of blank. Baseline values ranged from 1.04 ng/L to 11.01 ng/L.
[2] Nonstandard abbreviations: GFR, glomerular filtration rate; FDA, US Food and Drug Administration; CLSI, Clinical and Laboratory Standards Institute; LoB, limit of blank; LoD, limit of detection; LoQ, limit of quantification.
Several reports, including the I50 guidelines, use the term critical limit ([x.sub.c]) for the significance limit of blank measurements.
[3] Nonstandard abbreviations: LoD, limit of detection; LoQ, limit of quanfication; LoB, limit of blank; ISO, International Organization for Standardizafion; and CI, confidence interval.