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Abstract A single reagent, containing cholesterol oxidase, cholesterol esterase, peroxidase, 4-hydroxybenzoate, and 4-aminophenazone, is used in determining serum cholesterol. Analysis time is 15 min, and the standard curve is linear to 6.0 g/liter. Analytical recovery of cholesterol was 100.1...
Abstract vol. 24 p 1335. In this paper, the equation, p 1340, relating D t to D r after integration should read See Equation in the PDF File In Table 3, the concentration units are mg/liter, not g/liter, and the day-to-day SD in glucose concentration at 999 mg/liter glucose is 15.1 mg/liter, not...
Abstract I evaluated use of the fluorescence polarization technique to measure neocarzinostatin, a proteinaceous antitumor antibiotic, and its antibody, in serum. The antigen (neocarzinostatin), labeled with fluorescein isothiocyanate, was allowed to interact with its antibody in a cuvet, in the...
Abstract On 20 consecutive work days during four weeks, one technologist performed 24 microchromatographic determinations of hemoglobin A2 (Hb A2) by each of four methods: the Efremov procedure requiring Tris/HCl buffer, the original Huisman technique with use of glycine developer, and two...
Abstract We describe a two-site immunoradiometric assay for human alpha1-fetoprotein, with use of antibody-coated polystyrene tubes as solid phase. The sensitivity, precision, and simplicity of this system make it eminently suitable for mass-screening purposes. We currently use it for neonatal...
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