ELISA

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ELISA

[ə′līz·ə or ¦ē¦el¦ī¦es′ā]
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Following the clearance of the company's SEFRIA Fentanyl Urine Enzyme Immunoassay, the fentanyl drug screening is now available for CLIA (Clinical Laboratory Improvement Amendments) certified reference laboratories, hospitals, physician offices and other healthcare settings that perform moderate complexity testing.
Enzyme immunoassays are widely used in the diagnosis of and research of HIV/AIDS and cancer, owing to which the increasing prevalence of HIV/AIDS and cancer in Europe will drive market growth in the region.
Guidelines for the Use of the BED Capture Enzyme Immunoassay for Incidence Estimation and Surveillance.
Enzyme immunoassays are used widely in both clinical and research fields because they are rapid, simple, accurate, and specific.
from Comparison of the Effectiveness of Polymerase Chain Reaction and Enzyme Immunoassay in Detecting Chlamydia trachomatis in Different Female Genitourinary Specimens--Chan et al)
Helicobacter pylori stool antigen test: clinical evaluation and cost analysis of a new enzyme immunoassay.
The authors indicated that technologic advances have improved the specificity of detecting SV40 antibodies and used an enzyme immunoassay based on viruslike particles (VLPs) to perform the analysis (1).
A premortem serum sample retested using a third-generation enzyme immunoassay was negative for anti-HCV but positive for HCV RNA, genotype la.
Serologic confirmation involves a two-test approach with a sensitive enzyme immunoassay or immunofluorescent assay and a Western immunoblot for IgG and 1gM antibodies.
CHICAGO -- A rotavirus enzyme immunoassay should be the initial screen -- prior to stool cultures--in all children under 6 years of age with diarrheal illness during rotavirus season, Dr.
The most common screening test is the enzyme-linked immunosorbent assay (ELISA), sometimes called enzyme immunoassay (EIA).
Although these enzyme immunoassay and direct fluorescent antibody tests could be processed in less than 4 hours, the actual turnaround time for notification to the practicing physician was usually a minimum of 24 hours.