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ELISA

[ə′līz·ə or ¦ē¦el¦ī¦es′ā]
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The Intact FGF23 ELISA Assay Kit from Eagle Biosciences is currently for research use only.
Relative CD36 expression in 3-D and 2-D cultures was measured with an ELISA assay specific to extracellular CD36 proteins (Figure 4).
Despite the fact that CUZD1 expression was verified by MS in both systems (see online Supplemental Tables 8 and 9), neither of these samples was recognized by the CUZD1 ELISA assay (Table 1).
The native and synthetic PGL-I ELISA assays detected antibodies in 22 x 73% and 31 x 82% of the paucibacillary (PB) patients, respectively and the ML Flow test did not detect antibodies in this group.
Two serum samples failed to react in the IgM-dot ELISA assay, but were reactive in the MAT (sensitivity, 97.
Pipetting volume of 20, 50, 100 and 200 [micro]l were weighed in analytical balance in order to guaranty the accuracy of the pipetting procedure during the ELISA assay.
ELISA assay kit manufacturers can include the company's BioFX Liquid Nova-Stop Solution in their products without needing to label and ship the products as "corrosive", adding convenience for kit manufacturers, customers, as well as reduced transportation costs by avoiding surcharges related to shipping corrosive or hazardous materials.
1-42)] concentrations in CSF as measured with the kit calibrators were about 3-fold higher with the ELISA assay than with the xMAP assay [ratio of [[beta]-amyloid.
In this study, an ELISA assay has been developed for detection of HBsAg using two novel monoclonal antibodies (mAb) as capture layer and a polyclonal biotinylated Ab as detector phase.
The ELISA assay was optimized using a checkerboard titration to provide optimal concentrations of antigen and antibodies for the reaction.
Several companies are working on a second-generation test that uses recombinant-DNA-produced proteins instead of viral fragments as an antibody target in the ELISA assay.