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Test Strip Enzyme Immunoassay

  • David J. Litman
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Abstract

Enzyme immunoassays (EIA) have become one of the most widely disseminated and broadly applied group of analytical techniques for biochemical analysis. Laboratory based EIA methods have found important applications in the areas of clinical chemistry, veterinary medicine, microbiology, and human fertility. The great versatility of these methods, for both the identification and quantitation of clinically relevant antigens, is illustrated by example throughout this volume and is largely attributable to the stability and amplification power of enzyme labels.

Keywords

Glucose Oxidase Test Strip Immobilize Antibody Assay Response Enzyme Label 
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© Plenum Press, New York 1985

Authors and Affiliations

  • David J. Litman
    • 1
  1. 1.Syntex Medical Diagnostics DivisionPalo AltoUSA

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