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Taylor Review of polyclonal Antibody production Procedures in Mammals and Poultry.
Titration of the specific polyclonal antibody was then performed as follow: A96-well ELISA plate was coated with 100 [micro]l of the immunizing peptide (20 Mg/ml in PBS) at 37 [degrees]C for one hr followed by overnight incubation at 4 [degrees]C.
While a mono- or polyclonal antibody holds the immune system at bay, Maki proposes, exendin-4 "has the ability to augment or enhance beta-cell regeneration.
We show here that when a proper calibrator is used, two dual polyclonal antibody assays gave results that were similar to those obtained with an assay in which detection is on a molar basis only.
A target-specific human polyclonal antibody was pursued as a potentially more effective therapeutics strategy.
French virology firm Abivac will be offered EUR 390,000 to develop a polyclonal antibody cocktail to combat Ebola.
has perfected is the production of polyclonal antibody based ELISA kits.
This proprietary technology offers a method for the production of unlimited amounts of fully human, highly purified, antigen-specific, polyclonal antibody preparations, designated symphobodies.
The first is a humanized version of the company's Thymoglobulin polyclonal antibody product which is currently used in immunosuppressed patients.
The relative lack of efficacy of MAbs to PA relative to the protection observed with polyclonal antibody preparations may reflect a need for antibody preparations with multiple neutralizing activities.
Proteins were identified with anti-p-85 (subunit of phosphatidyl inositol 3-kinase) polyclonal antibody, followed by horseradish peroxidase-conjugated secondary antibody and visualized with ECL chemiluminescence reaction reagent (Amersham, Buckinghamshire, England) and Kodak X-ray film (X-OMAT AR; Sigma).
The study tested 900 breast cancer patients for HER-2/neu gene amplification with FISH, and tested the same patients with nonantigen-retrieval IHC with the polyclonal antibody R60.