ELISA


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Related to ELISA: Western blot, ELISA test
  • noun

Synonyms for ELISA

an assay that relies on an enzymatic conversion reaction and is used to detect the presence of specific substances (such as enzymes or viruses or antibodies or bacteria)

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Seven other of these so-called ELISA tests have been approved since then.
We sought HCV RNA in all 62 mothers with positive ELISA results and in 20 mothers with high-negative results.
Routine detection of antibodies against PR3 and MPO was performed by capture ELISA essentially as described by Goldschmeding et al.
Steele, Dynex's vice president of sales and marketing, said, "ZEUS has elected to use the SmartKit Gold format, which provides the highest level of quality assurance and ease-of-use in the ELISA market.
IRMA and ELISA data were analyzed with data reduction packages included with the respective instrumentation, both based on cubic spline (smoothed) curve fit.
025 percent of the Red Cross donors--roughly 8 percent of the repeat reactives on the ELISA test -- wind up with positive western blot tests.
Out of 51 samples which were negative by both MAT and single dilution ELISA, 19 samples were collected from patients suffering from other febrile illness like typhoid, acute jaundice and hepatitis.
ADMA concentrations were measured with the ELISA according to the manufacturer's instructions.
This competitive ELISA detected brevetoxins in seawater, shellfish extract and homogenate, and mammalian body fluid such as urine and serum without pretreatment, dilution, or purification.
com) is proud to add Cancer Biomarker ELISA Kits to its expanding product line.
Moving from ELISA technique to an automated biochemistry method for detection of the same analyte increases time- and personnel-efficiency considerably, and time and management efficiencies equal cost-effectiveness.
Automation of ELISA - Enabling its Sustenance II-27