What is Analytical Measurement Range (AMR) Verification?

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What is Analytical Measurement Range (AMR) Verification?

The Analytical Measurement Range (AMR) is the range of analyte concentrations that a method can directly measure without any dilution, concentration, or other pretreatment. AMR validation is a process used to verify the linear relationship between the analytical results of a method and the concentration of analyte over the entire measurement range.
  • AMR is also called 'reportable range'
  • AMR is defined as the range that can be resulted without any dilution