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Elaboration of NMKL Methods

NMKL Methods should be elaborated in accordance with specific guidelines:

For chemistry: 

NMKL Protocol No. 1: Referentvejledning for det kemiske område - Udarbejdelse af analysemetoder indenfor NMKL. (Available in Danish only)
NMKL Protocol No. 6: Requirements for validation of chemical NMKL methods that are not to be validated collaboratively 

For microbiology:
NMKL-protokoll Nr. 2: Harmonisering af mikrobiologiske metoder - Model for udarbejdelse af mikrobiologiske metoder (Available in Danish only)
NMKL Protocol No. 3: Guide for referees within microbiology. Elaboration of analytical methods within NMKL. (English)
NMKL Protocol No. 7: Requirement to internal (inhouse/single laboratory) validation of presumptive NMKL microbiological methods (English only)

 

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AQL- Analytical Quality Control - Guidelines for publication

NMKL Protocol No. 5, Analytical Quality Control - Guidelines for the publication of analytical results of chemical analyses in foodstuffs.

This protocol gives a good guide in what to be included and reviewed when elaborating, review or issue articles where chemical results are included. The Protocol is free of charge, and is attached below. The check list given in the Protocol is very useful.

Attachments:
Download this file (Protocol No 5 QC-guideline 2011-10-11.pdf)AQL Guide[AQL Guide]

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