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 “System” is the most general and interdisciplinary term to use when one wants to describe what “part of the universe” one intends to study in a given context. The term’s universality may blur the interpretation, however no better concept exists when one wants to summarise everything intended by “system”. It is important that the concept “system” forms the basis for the development of the information technology support regarding registration of sample information. It may however be suitable, in certain given contexts, e.g., in information material to participants, to avoid using the term “system” completely, and rather use expressions like “where on the body the sample has been taken” or “what kind of material the sample is composed of” or similar wordings. Examples of systems being pertinent for sample taking purposes are liver, blood and urine, but even more precise system specifications may be done (e.g., a certain cell type isolated from a certain organ). A whole-body may also be considered a system, e.g., at an autopsy.  

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 Litton, March 2006 draft


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