How to define reference intervals to rule in healthy individuals for clinical trials?

Wendy P.J. den Elzen 1 , Joop van Gerven 2 , Paul W. Schenk 1 , Anna Uit Den Boogaard 2 , Ria Kroon 2 , Erica Klaassen 2 , Bart E.P.B. Ballieux 1  and Christa M. Cobbaert 1
  • 1 Department of Clinical Chemistry and Laboratory Medicine, Leiden University Medical Center, Leiden, The Netherlands
  • 2 Centre for Human Drug Research, Leiden, The Netherlands
Wendy P.J. den Elzen, Joop van Gerven, Paul W. Schenk, Anna Uit Den Boogaard, Ria Kroon, Erica Klaassen, Bart E.P.B. Ballieux and Christa M. Cobbaert

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