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Synonyms for screening

the display of a motion picture

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fabric of metal or plastic mesh

the act of concealing the existence of something by obstructing the view of it

testing objects or persons in order to identify those with particular characteristics

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Of the 25 LISS antibody screening tests performed, 19 (76 percent) had the same reaction results for both the fully automated and traditional cell washers, and six samples had one reaction grade difference between the two cell washers.
Even though there were 160 blood banks in Kerala, routine antenatal antibody screening was performed only in a very few centres.
In order to make possible early identification of ZIKV infection, Tanaka Kikinzoku Kogyo applied its store of technology, its unique antibody screening technology, and the nano-colloidal gold manufacturing technologies which it has accumulated over many years to develop a kit capable of direct detection of the virus itself.
In Pakistan antibody screening is not included with cross match before transfusion.
The dental office provides a venue for implementing rapid HIV antibody screening tests utilizing oral fluids.
Guidelines for Blood Grouping & Antibody Screening in the Antenatal & Perinatal Setting.
OmniAb[TM] integrates OMT's transgenic animal platforms, proven protein and DNA immunization and Gel-Encapsulated Microenvironment (GEM) deep antibody screening to enable fast and cost-efficient generation and identification of preferred human therapeutic antibody candidates.
Due to its low frequency, it is not included in routine antenatal antibody screening panel.
The process of pretransfusion compatibility testing involves many steps: receipt of orders for testing, sample acceptability criteria review, ABO grouping, rhesus (Rh) typing, red cell antibody screening, unexpected antibody identification, selection of appropriate donor red blood cell units, and, for some patients, crossmatching with the unit to be transfused.
Previous blood transfusion is thought to be an etiological cause of their sensitization, as 66% of women with Kell antibodies have a history of transfusion in the absence of routine Kell antibody screening prior to transfusion (3).
Seventeen of the 64 recipients received transplants (all B- and T-cell flow cytometric crossmatch-negative), and graft success was compared with the predictive antibody screening results.
Of these, 65 (56%) patients had an indeterminate HIV-1 immunoblot despite a positive HIV-1 or HIV-1/HIV-2 antibody screening test, 47 (41%) had an undetectable HIV-1 viral load despite a positive HIV-1 immunoblot, and four patients (three born in West Africa and one who had visited West Africa) had a negative HIV-1 immunoblot despite a positive HIV-1 or HIV-1/HIV-2 antibody screening test.
The benefits of using gel for antibody screening have been widely published and include ease of use, reduced number of procedural steps, reduced sample size, ease of reaction readability, and increased antibody detection sensitivity.
Lundbeck will have access to Genmab's antibody creation and development capabilities, including its state of the art, fully automated pre-clinical antibody screening and characterization capabilities and its proprietary stabilized IgG4 and UniBody therapeutic antibody platforms.
The latter will have access to Genmab's antibody creation and development capabilities, including its fully automated pre-clinical antibody screening and characterisation capabilities and its proprietary stabilized IgG4 and UniBody therapeutic antibody platforms.