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Improving the collection and management of human samples used for measuring environmental chemicals and nutrition indicators. Version 1.3
  • Published Date:
    March 2018
  • Language:
    English
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  • Description:
    The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC)’s Improving the Collection and Management of Human Samples Used for Measuring Environmental Chemicals and Nutrition Indicators describes important factors for obtaining and using high-quality samples in studies that assess environmental exposures and nutrition status. This document does not provide all-inclusive guidance for designing and conducting studies. Recognizing important considerations for collecting, storing, managing, and transporting human samples can minimize external pre-analytical contamination risks, ensure analyte integrity, and promote accurate exposure and nutrition assessments. This document is intended for use by epidemiologists, laboratorians, and other health scientists in state or local public health programs that are involved in the design and implementation of human biomonitoring studies. Further, users should be familiar with the concepts described in the Association of Public Health Laboratories (APHL) Guidance for Laboratory Biomonitoring Programs (https://www.aphl.org/aboutAPHL/publications/Documents/EH_2012_Guidance-for-Laboratory- Biomonitoring-Programs.pdf).

    Running title: Improving the collection and management of human samples used for biomonitoring

    Human_Sample_Collection-508.pdf

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