conjugate particles

conjugate particles

[′kän·jə·gət ′pärd·ə·kəlz]
(particle physics)
A particle and its antiparticle.
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A scanning LED (light emitting diode, 385 nm) was used to excite the fluorophores, and a photo diode used to collect the emitted light from the bound conjugate particles for calculation of raw data, relative fluorescence units in a specially designed reader.
Second, the speed as well as sensitivity of these assays are enhanced due to the improved membrane clearance that results from better uniformity and consistency of conjugate particles that migrate without the sample particles.