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Title: Measurement of cholesterol and triglycerides from a dried blood spot in an Indian Council of Medical Research-World Health Organization multicentric survey on risk factors for noncommunicable diseases in India
Authors: Lakshmy, R
Mathur, P
Gupta, R
Shah, B
Anand, K
Mohan, V
Desai, NG
Mahanta, J
Joshi, PP
Thankappan, KR
Keywords: Public Health
Issue Date: 2012
Publisher: Journal of Clinical Lipidology
Citation: J Clin Lipidol.6;1;33-41.
Abstract: Dried blood may be a convenient method of sample collection in epidemiological studies; however, the method needs evaluation in a field settings. In the present study, feasibility of using dried blood for measurement of cholesterol and triglycerides was evaluated in multicenter surveillance study for noncommunicable disease (NCD).
URI: http://www.sciencedirect.com/science/article/pii/S1933287411008002
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