Development of high-performance and rapid immunoassay for model food allergen lysozyme using antibody-conjugated bacterial magenetic particles and fully automated system
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A high-performance and rapid chemiluminescence immunoassay for model food allergen lysozyme, one of the major allergenic components in egg white, using antibody-conjugated bacterial magnetic particles and a fully automated system was developed. This system contians a reaction station, tip rack, and an eight-tip pipettor that is alble to attach and detach a strong magnet to the tip surface. The immunoreaction time was shortened to 5 min, and the assay was completed within 20 min. The lower detection limit for lysozyme was 10 ng/mL. This system can be used to perform 24 samples in 60 min within 10% coefficient of variation.
Index EntriesSandwich immunoassay food allergen lysozyme bacterial magnetic particles fully automated system
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