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blood serum containing antibodies against specific antigens

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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.
For this purpose, we have studied the interaction of CF with polyclonal antisera against brucellosis.
The 3 antisera directed to components of the BNP(1-32) molecule recognized different epitopes (Fig.
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.
Their identity can be confirmed using latex agglutination kits or appropriate antisera.
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.
coil B strains treated with anti-A, anti-B and anti-Rh antisera.
coli O157:H7 antisera, were inoculated in 10 mL of trypticase soy broth and then incubated at 37[degrees]C for overnight.
8 nM HDI adduct) is a three-antibody sandwich ELISA in which wells of microtiter plates are coated with the IgG fraction of the anti-HDI-KLH antisera.
8] In some cases, there may also be a lack of commutability of values assigned to an RM used with different assay methods and antisera, even though the values were properly assigned for the method used in the value transfer.
Anti-cuticular secretion antisera specifically immunostained swipes of the surface of the cephalothorax of these animals, indicating the presence of the secreted products of the hypodermal glands.
These products, which include antisera, agglutination reagents, latex reagents and stained suspensions, are presently manufactured by Murex, an Abbott subsidiary.
Fourteen (56%) of the 25 analyzed artifacts react positively to six animal antisera and to human blood.