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The reliable, automatic classification of neonates in first-tier maldi-ms screening for sickle cell disease

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Previous research has shown that a MALDI-MS technique can be used to screen for sickle cell disease (SCD), and that a system combining automated sample preparation, MALDI-MS analysis and classification software is a relevant approach for first-line, high-throughput SCD screening. In order to achieve a high-throughput "plug and play" approach while detecting "non-standard" profiles that might prompt the misclassification of a sample, we have incorporated various sets of alerts into the decision support software. These included "biological alert" indicators of a newborn's clinical status (e. g., detecting samples with no or low HbA), and "technical alerts" indicators for the most common non-standard profiles, i.e., those which might otherwise lead to sample misclassification. We evaluated these alerts by applying them to two datasets (produced by different laboratories). Despite the random generation of abnormal spectra by one-off technical faults or due to the nature and quality of the samples, the use of alerts fully secured the process of automatic sample classification. Firstly, cases of β-thalassemia were detected. Secondly, after a visual check on the tagged profiles and reanalysis of the corresponding biological samples, all the samples were correctly reclassified without prompting further alerts. All of the samples for which the results were not tagged were well classified (i.e., sensitivity and specificity = 1). The alerts were mainly designed for detecting false-negative classifications; all the FAS samples misclassified by the software as FA (a false negative) were marked with an alert. The implementation of alerts in the NeoScreening
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hal-03845054 , version 1 (09-11-2022)

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Marven El Osta, Pierre Naubourg, Olivier Grunewald, Gilles Renom, Patrick Ducoroy, et al.. The reliable, automatic classification of neonates in first-tier maldi-ms screening for sickle cell disease. International Journal of Neonatal Screening, 2019, 5 (3), pp.31. ⟨10.3390/ijns5030031⟩. ⟨hal-03845054⟩
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