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Enzyme Linked Immunosorbent Assay (ELISA) - SEROLOGY

Enzyme Linked Immunosorbent Assay (ELISA)

ELISA is known as  Enzyme-Linked Immunosorbent Assay because : The antigen/antibody which adsorbed on the plastic surface is known as sorbent. The antigen recognized by the antibody is known as immuno. And this antibody is recognized by enzyme attached antibody which is known as enzyme-linked. The substrate produces a product which is usually colored on the reaction with the enzyme. It is a plate-based assay technique. It is widely used for the detection of a variety of antigens and antibodies ...
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Radioimmunoassay (RIA) - Principle, Procedure, Advantages, Disadvantages, & Applications - Serology

Radioimmunoassay (RIA) – Principle, Procedure, Advantages, Disadvantages, & Applications

RIA stands for Radioimmunoassay. It is an immunological assay. It is basically used to determine the concentration of antigen in the blood serum of the patient with high sensitivity. It has been utilized for quantitative assay of hormones, drugs, hepatitis B surface antigens, IgE and viral antigens, etc. It has an application in the assay of substance which is present in trace amount in the blood. The most common example of RIA is a RAST test (Radioallergosorbent test ). It ...
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What is Agglutination Reaction History, Mechanism, Advantages, Disadvantages, Types & Factors Influencing Agglutination Reaction - Serology Test

What is Agglutination Reaction? History, Mechanism, Advantages, Disadvantages, Types & Factors Influencing

Agglutination is the most common type of antigen-antibody reaction. Agglutination is the clumping or binding antigen and antibody. Agglutination reaction is the reaction in which soluble antibody interacts with particulate (insoluble) antigen in the presence of specific electrolytes at a particular temperature and pH, resulting in clumping of particles. These clumps are better visualized and can be interpreted by naked eyes. As in agglutination reaction, the antigens are particulate i.e. visible, big and insoluble, So very less amount of antibody ...
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Antigen receptors - hapten - antigen structure - what is the structure of antigen

What is Serology & Serology Tests?

The morphological characteristics of plants and animals are used by descriptive natural sciences as classification criteria. However, the development of serology in the form of an independent science has made it possible to clarify the differences between living organisms on the basis of chemical verbs by determining their structures. These thoughts come indirectly and not as a result of simplicity. The concept of uniqueness arises in this knowledge that after recovery, an infectious disease is a certain resistance to that ...
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