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An assay that quantifies antigen or antibody by immunochemical means. The antigen can be a relatively simple substance such as a drug, or a complex one such as a protein or a virus. See Antibody, Antigen

The reactants are first mixed so that a varying quantity of one (A) is added to a constant amount of the other (B). The formation of an immune (antigen-antibody) complex is measured as a function of the varied reactant (A). The result is represented by a “standard curve” for reactant A. An unknown sample is tested by adding it to reactant B. The extent of the measured change is referred to the standard curve, and thereby is obtained the amount of reactant A which produces a comparable change. The amount is represented as the content of reactant A in the unknown sample. See Immunofluorescence, Immunology, Radioimmunoassay


A laboratory detection method that uses antibodies to react with specific substances.
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More recently, immunochemical assays for FLCs have been developed, and 1 study showed that the ratio of urine free [kappa] to [lambda] in combination with urine protein electrophoresis was clinically useful (11).
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Achieving reliable results in these immunochemical assays requires adherence to a strict preanalytical protocol that includes careful venipuncture, centrifugation of the sample within 1-2 h after venipuncture, addition of EDTA for stabilization of nucleosomes, and storage at -70[degrees]C if measurement is to be delayed.
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Dye-binding assays can measure serum albumin but are too insensitive for MAU testing, making immunochemical assays the most widely used MAU methods (8).
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Commonly used laboratory methods for the detection of autoantibodies in the serum include indirect immunofluorescence microscopy and immunochemical assays (5).