Methodologies

Microsoft Word - BMAS-WG2_Tratwal et al_review2_230120.docx

Aim(s)

Encourage the use of standardized methodologies for the assessment of BMA

Members

  • Claire Edwards
  • Gina Woods
  • Dimitrios Karampinos
  • Olaia Naveiras
  • Annegreet Veldhuis-Vlug
  • Greet Kerckhofs
  • Nathalie Bravenboer
  • Biagio Palmisano
  • Antonella Poloni
  • Francoise Pflumio
  • Jeanine Prompers
  • Eleni Douni
  • Izabela Podgorski
  • Kaiyan Liu
  • Josefine Tratwal
  • Sammy Badr
  • Parastoo Boroumand
  • Maria Jes√ļs Moreno Aliaga
  • Clifford Rosen
  • Sarah Beck-Cormier
  • Rossella Labella
  • Shanti Rojas-Sutterlin

Approach

  • Methodologies to consider for discussion include cell culture, analysis methods, such as osmium staining, Marrow Quant, MRI etc.
  • Identify¬†subject-related¬†factors in the methodologies that may explain inter-laboratory variation (age, sex, strain, etc.)
  • Identify¬†environment-related¬†factors in the methodologies that may explain inter-laboratory variation (temperature, humidity, commonly used chemicals/compounds, etc.)

Issues related to methodologies

  • Methodologies to consider for discussion include cell culture, analysis methods, such as osmium staining, Marrow Quant, MRI etc.
  • Identify¬†subject-related¬†factors in the methodologies that may explain inter-laboratory variation (age, sex, strain, etc.)
  • Identify¬†environment-related¬†factors in the methodologies that may explain inter-laboratory variation (temperature, humidity, commonly used chemicals/compounds, etc.)

Update: Methodologies paper is now published!

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