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Title: RENEB Inter-Laboratory comparison 2017: limits and pitfalls of ILCs
Authors: Gregoire, Eric
Barquinero, Joan Francesc
Gruel, Gaetan
Benadjaoud, Mohamedamine
Martinez, Juan S
Beinke, Christina
Balajee, Adayabalam
Beukes, Philip
Blakely, William F
Dominguez, Inmaculada
Duy, Pham Ngoc
Gil, Octávia Monteiro
Güçlü, Inci
Guogyte, Kamile
Hadjidekova, Savina Petrova
Hadjidekova, Valeria
Hande, Prakash
Jang, Seongjae
Lumniczky, Katalin
Meschini, Roberta 
Milic, Mirta
Montoro, Alegria
Moquet, Jayne
Moreno, Mercedes
Norton, Farrah N
Oestreicher, Ursula
Pajic, Jelena
Sabatier, Laure
Sommer, Sylwester
Testa, Antonella
Terzoudi, Georgia
Valente, Marco
Venkatachalam, Perumal
Vral, Anne
Wilkins, Ruth C
Wojcik, Andrzej
Zafiropoulos, Demetre
Kulka, Ulrike
Issue Date: 2021
In case of a mass-casualty radiological event, there would be a need for networking to overcome surge limitations and to quickly obtain homogeneous results (reported aberration frequencies or estimated doses) among biodosimetry laboratories. These results must be consistent within such network. Inter-laboratory comparisons (ILCs) are widely accepted to achieve this homogeneity. At the European level, a great effort has been made to harmonize biological dosimetry laboratories, notably during the MULTIBIODOSE and RENEB projects. In order to continue the harmonization efforts, the RENEB consortium launched this intercomparison which is larger than the RENEB network, as it involves 38 laboratories from 21 countries. In this ILC all steps of the process were monitored, from blood shipment to dose estimation. This exercise also aimed to evaluate the statistical tools used to compare laboratory performance.
ISSN: 0955-3002
DOI: 10.1080/09553002.2021.1928782
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