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blood serum containing antibodies against specific antigens

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Agglutination reaction: Serotyping was done using specific antisera. The organisms were positive for Poly O (Salmonella genus).
No cross reactivity of local antigen with antisera against Mycoplasma gallisepticum, Mycoplasma synoviae and negative control serum was observed.
The cross-reaction between the hemocytes of four crab species and their antisera were detected by FCM.
Moreover, some antisera reagents, especially anti-IgM and anti-IgA reagents, have cross-reactivities with other proteins.
In this study, purified antisera containing polyclonal antibodies (PAbs) against TYLCV-CP and African cassava mosaic virus-coat protein (ACMV-CP) were used in IC-PCR for ToLCNDV detection.
Caption: Figure 4: Reactivity of 24 known RTD-infected samples with the generated antisera. Both membranes were spotted with the same samples and in the same order.
For this purpose, we have studied the interaction of CF with polyclonal antisera against brucellosis.
The gel was transferred to a PVDF (polyvinylidene fluoride) membrane and each lane western blotted with either a 100 [micro]L fraction obtained from the crude antisera or the two 100 [micro]L non-retained fractions recovered from the first and sixth chromatographic steps.
The researchers developed both raw and roasted pistachio ELISAs by utilizing the pooled sheep antisera as the capture reagent and pooled rabbit antisera as the detector reagent.
coli is applied as routine laboratory standard: (I) the expression of H-antigens can be dependent on various environmental signals and identification of the complete set of serotypes is a time-consuming process and requires the use of 53 specific antisera; and (II) there is a great deal of cross-reactions among E.
tularensis components were identified only by the noted "survivor" antisera. Of these identified proteins, enzyme digestions and chemical oxidation suggest posttranslational modifications of some proteins e.g.
The primary antisera were used for both the specificity controls and the study of the interrelationship of cells immunoreactive to regulatory peptides and biogenic amine.
A total of 169 of 201 (84%) pneumoeoccal Isolates were typable with the available antisera. The six most frequent serotypes were 6, 19, 1, 23, 20 and 17.
Their identity can be confirmed using latex agglutination kits or appropriate antisera.
Rat striatal dopamine transporters were photoaffinity labeled with [[sup.125]I]MFZ-2-24 or [[sup.125]I]D-147 and analyzed by trypsin proteolysis followed by epitope-specific immunoprecipitation using antisera 16 and 5, originated to N-terminal and extracellular loop 2 (EL2) amino acids respectively.