Practice And Theory Of Enzyme Immunoassays by P. Tijssen

Enzyme Immunoassays
Author: P. Tijssen
Publisher: Elsevier
ISBN: 0080858848
Size: 15.44 MB
Page: 548
Release: 1985-08-01

Book Description
Enzyme immunoassays have developed into a powerful assay technology, transcending several discipline boundaries, extensively applied as a tool in fields other than enzymology and immunology. This volume reflects the rapid progress in the applications of this technique, providing a basic understanding of these techniques and a practical guideline for the choice and experimental detail.



Enzyme Immunoassays by S.S. Deshpande

Enzyme Immunoassays
Author: S.S. Deshpande
Publisher: Springer Science & Business Media
ISBN: 1461311691
Size: 46.12 MB
Page: 464
Release: 2012-12-06

Book Description
This unique reference provides a pragmatic approach to the development of successful commercial immunodiagnostic products based on enzyme immunoessay technology. Presenting both the basic and applied principles, Enzyme Immunoassays gathers information on all aspects of this process, from the initial conceptualization to the introduction of the product to the market.



Enzyme Immunoassay by Edward T. Maggio

Enzyme Immunoassays
Author: Edward T. Maggio
Publisher: CRC Press
ISBN: 1351088742
Size: 67.65 MB
Page: 305
Release: 2018-01-18

Book Description
The purpose of this book is to focus attention on some of these ideas and concepts. In doing so, it has captured a glimpse of the past and it attempts a projection of the future, but mostly it reveals an overview of the field as it exists as the present time. It aims to serve to spawn further growth in ideas and encourage applications to increasingly broader segments of both clinical and general analytical chemistry fields.



Enzyme Immunoassay by Edward T. Maggio

Enzyme Immunoassays
Author: Edward T. Maggio
Publisher: CRC Press
ISBN: 1351080296
Size: 21.69 MB
Page: 305
Release: 2018-01-18

Book Description
The purpose of this book is to focus attention on some of these ideas and concepts. In doing so, it has captured a glimpse of the past and it attempts a projection of the future, but mostly it reveals an overview of the field as it exists as the present time. It aims to serve to spawn further growth in ideas and encourage applications to increasingly broader segments of both clinical and general analytical chemistry fields.



The Immunoassay Handbook by David Wild

Enzyme Immunoassays
Author: David Wild
Publisher: Elsevier
ISBN: 9780080445267
Size: 39.41 MB
Page: 930
Release: 2005-07-04

Book Description
Containing updated and new information on advanced technology - including micro and nanoscale immunoassays - this text provides a mix of practical information coupled with a review of clincal applications and practical examples.



Elisa And Other Solid Phase Immunoassays by D. M. Kemeny

Enzyme Immunoassays
Author: D. M. Kemeny
Publisher: John Wiley & Sons
ISBN: 9780471909828
Size: 27.16 MB
Page: 378
Release: 1991-01-08

Book Description
This is a quick-reference manual on practical aspects of immunoassay. Providing a theoretical and practical basis for modern applications of solid-phase immunoassays, this text brings together experts who have used ELISA and other assays in a variety of fields. Contributors offer step-by-step guidance on how to use the various techniques involved in immunoassay. These techniques are extemely useful to laboratory-based researchers and technicians working on the detection of allergy, the AIDS virus, autoimmunity, etc. Chapters analyze the solid-phase supports used, the amplification systems, and the quantitation and affinity of antibodies and discuss the applications of assays to biology, immunology, and microbiology.



Enzyme Mediated Immunoassay by H.M. Lenhoff

Enzyme Immunoassays
Author: H.M. Lenhoff
Publisher: Springer Science & Business Media
ISBN: 1468450123
Size: 28.53 MB
Page: 498
Release: 2012-12-06

Book Description
T. T. Ngo and H. M. Lenhoff Department of Developmental and Cell Biology University of California, Irvine, CA 92717 In 1959, Yalow and Berson used insulin labeled with radioactive iodine to develop a quantitative immunological method for determining the amount of insulin in human plasma. Their method depends upon ~ competition between insulin labeled with radioactive iodine (II 1) and unlabeled insulin from plasma for a fixed and limited number of specific binding sites on the antibody to insulin. The amount of the labeled insulin bound to the antibody is inversely proportional to the amount of insulin in the plasma sample. Their method, which is so elegantly simple in concept, is made possible by the ability to detect with ease extremely low levels of radioactivity, and by the exquisite specificity of an antibody capable of specifically binding the analyte. Such a combination of sensitivity and specificity is the basis of this versatile analytical tool called radioimmunoassay (RIA). Twelve years later, Engvall and Perlmann (1971) and Van Weemen and Schuurs (1971) independently introduced the use of enzymes as another category of sensitive and even more versatile labels for use in immunoassays. Engvall and Perlmann (l971) coined the term ELISA, which stands for Enzyme Linked Immunosorbent Assay.



Immunoassay by Eleftherios P. Diamandis

Enzyme Immunoassays
Author: Eleftherios P. Diamandis
Publisher: Academic Press
ISBN: 9780080534503
Size: 48.13 MB
Page: 579
Release: 1996-06-21

Book Description
Immunoassays are among the most powerful and sensitive technologies now available for patient diagnosis and monitoring. This book is an indispensable guide to information on the theory and practice of immunoassays. It discusses the scientific basis of these technologies in a logical, organized, and heuristic manner and provides protocols for specific assays. The contents of this unique book are balanced among theory, practical issues, quality control, automation, and subspecialty areas, making it ideal for health science students, laboratory scientists, and clinicians. Presents up-to-date information Provides extensive cross-referencing Covers theory and practice in full detail Written by leading authorities



Ultrasensitive And Rapid Enzyme Immunoassay by E. Ishikawa

Enzyme Immunoassays
Author: E. Ishikawa
Publisher: Elsevier
ISBN: 0080858961
Size: 61.20 MB
Page: 333
Release: 1999-11-11

Book Description
Immunoassay techniques have become essential in various fields of pure and applied research. This volume of the well known Laboratory Techniques series will be of assistance to those who have plans or are making efforts to develop ultrasensitive enzyme immunoassays for antigens and antibodies. The volume describes factors limiting the sensitivity of noncompetitive solid phase enzyme immunoassays, methods to overcome difficulties limiting sensitivities, methods to perform ultrasensitive enzyme immunoassays as rapidly as possible, and protocols of enzyme labeling and enzyme assays as well as ultrasensitive enzyme immunoassays. Ultrasensitive and Rapid Enzyme Immunoassay, with its clear presentation and up-to-date information, will be essential to scientists in pharmaceutical companies and in applied research.



Luminescence Immunoassay And Molecular Applications by Knox Van Dyke

Enzyme Immunoassays
Author: Knox Van Dyke
Publisher: CRC Press
ISBN: 9780849358654
Size: 54.61 MB
Page: 352
Release: 1990-05-31

Book Description
This unique, one-of-a-kind book provides updated information on the various aspects of luminescence immunoassay (LIA). Focusing on this newly emerging technology, this work describes the important findings regarding the chemistry of light and the various forms of luminescent immunoassay. It includes antigen labeling, enzyme labeling, cofactor labeling, enzyme multiplied assay, and multiple labeled immunoassay. This interesting text also discusses calculations, including computer programs available for high throughput analysis. No other compendium provides such a broad overview, as well as details on this fascinating subject. Both novices and experts will find important and useful information packed in this must-have resource on luminescence immunoassay.



Biotin And Other Interferences In Immunoassays by Amitava Dasgupta

Enzyme Immunoassays
Author: Amitava Dasgupta
Publisher: Elsevier
ISBN: 0128167416
Size: 32.82 MB
Page: 144
Release: 2019-01-15

Book Description
Biotin and Other Interferences in Immunoassays: A Concise Guide is aimed at clinical laboratory scientists, medical technologists and pathologists who are often the first individuals contacted by a clinician when a laboratory test result does not correlate with clinical presentation. Research scientists working in diagnostics companies will also find this information essential. Sources of errors in non-immunoassay based methods used in clinical chemistry and toxicology laboratory are also discussed so readers can get all important information from one concise guide. This succinct, user-friendly reference provides the necessary information to address high levels of biotin in clinical laboratory results. Discusses issues of biotin interferences and ways to avoid them for accurate clinical laboratory results Provides sources of errors in non-immunoassay based methods used in clinical chemistry and toxicology laboratories Highlights how to handle specimens in the lab and how to eliminate the effect of biotin in precious samples