With the MIA draft guidance, the FDA also released a draft guidance that specifically defines its stance regarding analyte specific reagents.
What does ASR stand for?
ASR stands for Analyte Specific Reagent
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We have 423 other meanings of ASR in our Acronym Attic
- Alternate Supply Route
- Alternative Systems Review
- Altezza Sua Reale (Latin: Your Royal Highness, codices and manuscripts)
- Altimeter Setting Region
- Ambiguity-To-Signal Ratio
- American Safety Razor (Verona, VA)
- American Smelting and Refining Co
- American Society of Rocketry
- American Sociological Review
- American Sugar Refining
- Anatomic Surface Replacement
- Anelastic Strain Recovery
- Anniston Software Repository
- Annual Safety Report (clinical trials)
- Annual Salary Review (various organizations)
- Annual Staff Report
- Annuario Statistico Regionale (Italian: Regional Statistical Yearbook)
- Answer Seizure Ratio
- Answer Supervision Rate (telecommunications)
- Answer/Seizure Ratio (ITU-T)
Samples in periodicals archive:
Nanogen's MGB Alert Enterovirus analyte specific reagent (ASR), like all MGB Alert products, utilizes novel detection chemistry claimed in United States Patent 7,045,610, issued to Nanogen May 16.
DiagnoCure has developed a first-generation version of a PCA3 DD3 test that is offered in the United States as an analyte specific reagent.
Research and clinical reference labs use the highly accurate and reliable NanoChip Molecular Biology Workstation, NanoChip Electronic Microarray and broad suite of analyte specific reagents to develop tests to detect infectious diseases, drug toxicity and mutations associated with cancer, cardiovascular and genetic diseases.
Research and clinical reference labs use the highly accurate and reliable NanoChip Molecular Biology Workstation, NanoChip Electronic Microarrays and analyte specific reagents to develop tests to detect mutations associated with genetic diseases.