Guidance

Norovirus and hepatitis A virus scheme: recent intended results

This proficiency testing (PT) scheme is suitable for laboratories that examine viruses in food products or waters using molecular methods.

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Norovirus and hepatitis A virus scheme: intended results for distribution NHV003

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Norovirus and hepatitis A virus scheme: intended results for distribution NHV002

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Norovirus and hepatitis A virus scheme: intended results for distribution NHV001

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These results are from quality control testing of samples from participating laboratories.

For further information please contact us at:

Food and environmental proficiency testing unit (FEPTU)

Public Health England
61 Colindale Avenue
London
NW9 5EQ

Published 31 July 2017
Last updated 3 April 2018 + show all updates
  1. Added 'Norovirus and hepatitis A virus scheme: intended results for distribution NHV003'.
  2. Added norovirus and hepatitis A virus scheme: intended results for distribution NHV002.
  3. First published.