You can easily define the test system per assay. Several tests are available in PLA 3.0. When setting up your bioassay, simply add a test to the assay definitions.
- Assay Suitability Tests have the power to fail an entire assay.
- Sample Suitability Tests may fail a single assay.
Every defined test has a scope defining its applicability to the different assay elements:
- All Assay Elements
- Standard Samples
- Test Samples
- Control Samples
- Control Lines
Every test is assigned a severity level defining its impact on the overall test state:
- Reject - a failure of the test leads to a rejection of the assay. No potency is calculated.
- Warning - a failure raises a warning. The assay is failed, but a potency is calculated.
- Information - a failure just brings up an information message. The assay is accepted.
Available Tests in PLA 3.0
The available tests fall into three groups:
We describe hypothesis tests and equivalence tests on a separate page. In addition to them the following tests are currently available:
- Max. number of outliers
- Response value range
- Relative Potency
- Relative Potency Confidence Interval
- Relative Potency Range (%)
- Assay Weight W
- Sum of Square Non-Linearity
PLA 3.0 offers a very comprehensive selection of tests to suit all your statistical needs. Still unsure, if these tests work for your application? Ask our support team to find out!