CLEIA

AcronymDefinition
CLEIAChemiluminescent Enzyme Immunoassay
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A variety of different methods have been developed to detect ANCA, such as the enzyme-linked immunosorbent assay (ELISA), capture ELISA, anchor ELISA, and CLEIA. In particular, CLEIA, which has high sensitivity and specificity, has yielded a larger number of false-positive results than ELISA [10].
The normal range of P-SEP in healthy adults is reported as 155 pg/mL (25th-75th percentile; 109-231), and the optimal cutoff values for diagnosing sepsis by CLEIA range from 317 to 647pg/mL [10].
We chose the vitamin D assay as the target for the fully automated CLEIA system in this study because there is an increasing demand for vitamin D routine testing owing to rising vitamin D deficiency rates worldwide and increasing evidence of serum vitamin D concentrations as a general health indicator (5, 28).
Simonelli) Cleia Junqueira (Sindicato do Cafe) Edgar Bressani (Ipanema Cofee) Carolina de Sousa Franco (Lucca cafes especiais) Raul Rodas (WBC finalist world champion 2010).
Silvia Ladeira (I) Franklin Riet-Correa (II) Josiane Bonel-Raposo (III) Cleia Cardoso Pacheco (IV) Eduardo Juan Gimeno (V) Enrique Leo Portiansky (V)
The levels of leptin and autoantibodies were measured by enzyme-linked immunosorbent assay (ELISA) or chemiluminescence enzyme immunoassay (CLEIA) methods.
For Hydaspes the case is truly black and white; because Chari cleia's "complexion is totally unlike an Ethiopian's," she is in no way like him or of him (255).
"Cleia" no doubt refers to the name of both the mother and daughter of the Greek poet Sappho whose influence on H.D.