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Immunodiagnostics: A Practical Approach


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R. Edwards, ed., Oxford University Press, UK, 1999, 256 pp., soft cover

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Immunodiagnostic tests are used to aid diagnosis, but they are also used in other fields such as forensic science and environmental and food analysis. The types of tests range from simple manual methods to fully automated systems.

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1. Principles of immunodiagnostic tests and their development; with specific use of radioisotopes as tracers, Raymond Edwards, Stuart Blincko, and Iain Howes
2. Solid-phase supports, Stuart Blincko et al.
3. Enzyme-labeled tests with colorimetric, fluorimetric and chemiluminescent detection systems, Iain Howes et al.
4. Time-resolved fluorescence immunosassay, Geoff Barnard
5. Light scattering techniques, David J. Newman, Hansa Thakkar, and Christopher P. Price
6. Enzyme amplification: A means to develop fast ultrasensitive immunoassays, Colin H. Self, David Bates, and David B. Cook
7. Equipment and automation; appendix on dose-response curve fitting, Iain Howes and Raymond Edwards
8. Quality assurance in immunodiagnostics, David G. Bullock and Finlay MacKenzie
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