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ELISA

[ə′līz·ə or ¦ē¦el¦ī¦es′ā]
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An independent confirmation of these data was the clear dose-response relationship between the CUZD1 kit calibrators and the commercial CA125 controls (Bio-Rad) when analyzed with the CUZD1 ELISA assay and a commercial CA125 assay (Siemens) (Fig.
KRONUS Zinc Transporter 8 Autoantibody (ZnT8Ab) ELISA Assay is manufactured by KRONUS Market Development Associates, Inc.
We have observed that the utility of the classic ELISA assay for HLA-G (28) to discriminate between benign or malignant exudate is very limited.
We compared HCV diagnosis results obtained using our protein microarrays with those from the conventional ELISA assay.
We performed transfection and clone selection as previously described (11) and selected recombinant-producing clones using our Gas6 ELISA assay.
The EnSpire AlphaPLUS enables use of ALPHA and traditional ELISA assays to be performed on one instrument.
With the addition of Mercodia's robust ELISA assays, we further enhance our wide scope of clinical research services, generating unprecedented investigative standards for early phase diabetes and obesity drug development," said Dr.
Most recently we launched the Cervatec[TM] ELISA Assay for the screening of cervical cancer, our third in vitro diagnostic product.
A mock ELISA assay was also performed in which the AZT substrate was replaced by the diluent.
Data presented at the American College of Gastroenterology Scientific Meeting proves liquid phase assay superior to common solid phase ELISA assay -
1B also includes data obtained from the same sample set with an EU-approved ELISA assay that uses a proteinase K digestion, a denaturation step (by boiling), and a centrifugation procedure to concentrate the abnormal prion protein before detection in a standard, microplate-based immunometric procedure.
The Cervatec[TM] ELISA assay will initially be commercialized in Central Europe as an adjunct to the Pap Test in screening of women aged 35 and younger.