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Douglas Stickle, PhD

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117 South 11th Street
Pavillion Building, Suite 401
Philadelphia, PA 19107

(215) 503-5837
(215) 923-3523 fax

Most Recent Peer-reviewed Publications

  1. Should all screen-positive elevated blood lead (EBL) samples be retested before reporting?
  2. How well can urine hydrocodone measurements discriminate between different hydrocodone prescription dosage rates?
  3. Decreasing the cutoff for elevated blood lead (ebl) can decrease the screening sensitivity for EBL
  4. Receiver-operating characteristics of adjusted urine measurements of oxycodone plus metabolites to distinguish between three different rates of oxycodone administration
  5. Predicted effects of proposed tightened acceptance criterion for Pb proficiency testing (PT) on PT sample pass rates for Pb point-of-care testing
  6. Investigation of a slope discontinuity in a patients' results distribution for D-dimer
  7. Measurement of filter paper bloodspot lead by inductively coupled plasma-mass spectrometry (ICP-MS).
  8. New onset of heterophilic antibody interference in prostate-specific antigen measurement occurring during the period of post-prostatectomy prostate-specific antigen monitoring
  9. Increased perimeter red cell concentration in filter paper bloodspot samples is consistent with constant-load size exclusion chromatography occurring during application
  10. A survey of apparent blood volumes and sample geometries among filter paper bloodspot samples submitted for lead screening
  11. 1,5-anhydroglucitol monitoring in diabetes: A mass balance perspective
  12. Cation binding linked to a sequence-specific CAP-DNA interaction
  13. Predicted effects of hemoglobin A1c assay precision on a patient population distribution of serial hemoglobin A1c difference values
  14. Validation of use of annular once-punched filter paper bloodspot samples for repeat lead testing
  15. Predicted influence of sample hematocrit on injected mass of internal standard in mass spectrometry assays utilizing simple protein precipitation for sample preparation
  16. Demonstration of absorbance using digital color image analysis and colored solutions
  17. Evaluation of an assay for serum 1,5-anhydroglucitol (GlycoMark™) and determination of reference intervals on the Hitachi 917 analyzer
  18. Quantitative assay for starch by colorimetry using a desktop scanner
  19. Urine specimen integrity monitoring using the Vitros creatinine assay [3]
  20. Example of use of a desktop scanner for data acquisition in a colorimetric assay [2]
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