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Abstract Solid-phase-based immunoassays have traditionally been plagued by nonspecific binding to the solid phase and by slow reaction kinetics relative to reactants that are free to diffuse in solution. We have developed two novel immunoassays in which the solid phase is generated in situ after...
Abstract Antibodies specific for DNA:RNA hybrids were coated onto polystyrene test tubes and applied to hybridization assays involving DNA and RNA. Synthetic DNA probes complementary to 16S rRNA of Campylobacter were labeled with biotin and hybridized to ribosomal RNA directly in lysates of...
Abstract We assayed 315 urine specimens by the Ames Clinitek 200/Multistix 9 semi-automated method and by corresponding standard methods (listed in parentheses) for the following analytes: protein (sulfosalicylic acid precipitation), glucose (Lilly Tes-Tape), ketones (Boehringer Mannheim...
Abstract We have developed a sensitive, specific, noncompetitive sandwich-type assay for human lutropin (hLH). Two monoclonal antibodies are used, and there is no cross reaction with human choriogonadotropin (hCG) or human follitropin (hFSH), and little or none with human thyrotropin (hTSH)....
Abstract The acceptance of the solid-phase format in various areas of clinical chemistry is the consequence of the advantages of this test format, which include stability of the reagents, unitized packaging, convenient and small instruments, and minimal preparations by users before testing....
Abstract We describe the use of flow cytofluorometry to type lymphocytes for HLA-B27 antigens. We modified the cytotoxicity test of Terasaki and McClelland (Nature (London) 1964;204:998) for use with a flow cytofluorometer. In a second assay we used a commercially available monoclonal...
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