Validating laboratory tests
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Or, an existing test may not apply to a particular subpopulation from which the lab has patients, so modification of the test is required.
(Any FDA-approved commercial test that is modified in any way by a lab is considered to be an LDT and is subject to the regulations applied to all LDTs.) Examples of some LDTs include: In general, because they have not been evaluated by the FDA, LDTs should undergo a more lengthy and rigorous validation process by the individual laboratory wishing to implement the new method.
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