ELISA


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ELISA

[ə′līz·ə or ¦ē¦el¦ī¦es′ā]
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Like the current ELISA tests, the new tests provide antigenic material for AIDS antibodies to bind to.
This cohort of patients with sickle cell disease had frequent blood transfusions, but only 4% of the children were HCV positive by ELISA.
Eliminating most of the manual labor for assay set ups, combined with Agility's high-throughput capability, significantly reduces per-test cost and enables laboratories to obtain results faster than possible with manual assay procedures and most automated ELISA systems," said Steele.
The immunoassay landscape is rapidly changing and the development of these new platforms promises to have a significant impact on the way research is carried out, significantly enhancing the sensitivity of traditional ELISA kits to higher levels.
We evaluated various combinations of six different anti-IGFBP-1 antibodies (one polyclonal and five monoclonal) in a two-step ELISA format.
To safeguard the blood supply, the Red Cross is discarding blood from people who are repeatedly reactive on ELISA tested negative on western blots.
The plates were read at 405 nm in an ELISA reader (Bio Tek Instruments Inc.
The results obtained from the ELISA and the LC-MS assay are summarized in Table 1.
Key words: antibody, brevetoxin, detection, ELISA, immunoassay, neurotoxic shellfish poisoning, PbTx, seawater, serum, shellfish, urine.
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Growing Popularity of Multiplexing Deters ELISA Market II-27