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1978 231
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1999 386
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2004 485
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2007 476
2008 462
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Discordant non-invasive prenatal testing (NIPT) - a systematic review
Hartwig TS, et al. Prenat Diagn 2017 - Review. PMID 28382695
We did a systematic review of literature reporting details of false positive and false negative NIPT results. Discordant sex chromosome results were not included. ...The included cases represent only a minor part of the true number of false positive or false negative NIPT cases identified in fetal medicine clinics around the world. ...
We did a systematic review of literature reporting details of false positive and false negative NIPT results. Discordan …
Improving network inference: The impact of false positive and false negative conclusions about the presence or absence of links.
Cecchini G, et al. J Neurosci Methods 2018. PMID 29959000
We show that different values to balance false positive and false negative conclusions about links should be used in order to reliably estimate network characteristics. ...The rate of false negative conclusions is typically not investigated. CONCLUSIONS: Our investigation shows that the balance of false positive and false negative conclusions about links in a network has to be tuned for any network topology that is to be estimated. ...
We show that different values to balance false positive and false negative conclusions about links should be used in or …
False positive and false negative reactions encountered in the use of sulfite test strips for the detection of sulfite-treated foods.
Nordlee JA, et al. J Allergy Clin Immunol 1988. PMID 3346484
However, the strips yielded many false negative and false positive results with other types of foods. False positive results (strips indicated a substantial amount of sulfite when sulfite was not detectable by the Monier-Williams method) were obtained with fin fish, red meats, and poultry. ...The false negative responses with the test strips may result in the hazardous consumption of foods with high levels of sulfites, such as dried fruit or wine, by a sulfite-sensitive individual. ...
However, the strips yielded many false negative and false positive results with other types of foods. False posi …
False-negative food challenges.
Freed DL. Lancet 2002. PMID 11918949
Estimating false-positive and false-negative errors in analyses of hormonal pulsatility.
Van Cauter E. Am J Physiol 1988. PMID 3377077
The present study investigates the relationship between the false-positive rate and the sizes of the false-positive and false-negative errors on pulse frequency for series including both pulses and noise. ...When pulse frequency increased, the false-positive error decreased, but the false-negative error increased. In series with more than 8 pulses/100 samples, the use of thresholds aimed at maintaining the false-positive rate in noise series below 1% resulted in a false-negative error in excess of 20%. ...
The present study investigates the relationship between the false-positive rate and the sizes of the false-positive and fal
False positive and false negative reactions in HLA B-27 antigen testing.
Larsen AE. Transfusion 1979. PMID 432934
False positive and false negative reactions frequently occur and require judicious interpretation. In our laboratory, 30 of 100 specimens were positive for B-27 and 70 were negative. ...Twenty-nine of the 70 negative specimens (41%) reacted falsely with one or more B-27 antisera. A significant cause of false positive reactions was cross-reaction of the B-7 antigen with B-27 antisera (13 of 15 B-7 positive, B-27 negative specimens). ...
False positive and false negative reactions frequently occur and require judicious interpretation. In our labora
All negatives are not a negative.
Canter DJ. Can J Urol 2018. PMID 30125521 Free article.
False negative rate. A misnomer, misunderstood and misused.
Nagy GK. Acta Cytol 1997. PMID 9167701
Uncertainty about the term false negative rate resulted in the introduction of similar but equally dubious expressions, including false negative fraction and miss rate. The statistically correct term in the practice of cytopathology is false negative proportion because we have here a fraction in which the numerator (number of false negative cases) is a part of the denominator (number of true positive cases plus number of false negative cases). ...
Uncertainty about the term false negative rate resulted in the introduction of similar but equally dubious expressions, includ …
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