crossed electrophoresis

crossed electrophoresis

[′krȯst i‚lek·trō·fə′rē·səs]
(immunology)
Immunoelectrophoresis that uses an initial separation along one axis of the plate, after which only a strip of medium along the axis is preserved; new medium containing antisera is poured beside the strip, the plate is turned 90°, and electrophoresis is resumed.
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Internationally, a few expert labs offer a functional method for AT HBS defect diagnosis that requires complex and time-consuming two dimensional crossed electrophoresis (Personal communication, Peter Cooper).
The results were confirmed by Crossed Electrophoresis [14] wherein the presence of two peaks, corresponding to C3 and C3b complement fraction, indicated complement activation (Image 2).
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