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Synonyms for excess

Synonyms for excess

an amount or quantity beyond what is needed, desired, or appropriate

immoderate indulgence, as in food or drink

being more than is needed, desired, or appropriate

Synonyms for excess

a quantity much larger than is needed

immoderation as a consequence of going beyond sufficient or permitted limits

the state of being more than full

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excessive indulgence

more than is needed, desired, or required

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In samples that are not in antigen excess, the 400-fold dilutions give concentrations that are 50% higher on average than those obtained with the 100-fold dilutions.
Because of the potential for [kappa] FLC antigen excess, newly identified cases with abnormally high ratios should be retested with a further dilution.
Risk of antigen excess in serum free light chain measurements.
Incidence of antigen excess in serum free light chain assays [Abstract].
Antigen excess is due to inhibition of immune complex formation in the presence of very high antigen concentrations (2).
In conclusion, both nephelometric methods for urinary FLCs were objective and reproducible and identified those samples containing high concentrations of monoclonal FLCs without antigen excess problems.
Any sample that does not dilute properly may have antigen excess.
With this protocol, we have found two samples, one for prostate-specific antigen (PSA) and one for CA-125, with falsely low values attributable to antigen excess.
We report the development of a sensitive and reliable method for urine albumin measurement on the Dade aca[R] that has excellent calibration and reagent stability and no problems caused by antigen excess.
The choice of the inhibition format provides good sensitivity at the low analyte concentration with an avoidance of antigen excess possibilities, while the covalent coupling of albumin to the particles ensures that the particle reagent is stable; this characteristic has been demonstrated for other immunoassays where covalent coupling of protein was used [22-24].
Furthermore, this method offers the security of avoidance of the risks of antigen excess by use of the inhibition format.