immunoaffinity love

Definitions

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  • noun biochemistry, noun adjunct The specific chemical affinity between an antibody, or antibody domain, and an antigen

Etymologies

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immuno- +‎ affinity

Examples

  • Anti-SATB1 used for IP and WB was raised in rabbit and was purified using immunoaffinity chromatography using standard procedures.

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  • This includes multiwall immunoassays, lateral flow devices and immunoaffinity columns.

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  • This includes multiwall immunoassays, lateral flow devices and immunoaffinity columns.

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  • Intrinsic's technologies include Mass Spectrometric Immunoassay ™, a high-performance immunoassay combining microscale immunoaffinity capture and mass spectrometry for high-throughput analysis of proteins from complex biological matrices.

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  • After 3 washes with 200 µl PBS, immunoaffinity-purified FLNA

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  • Figure 3, bottom panel, and for performing immunoaffinity purifications during the earlier stages of the project; I. Sorokina from Midwest Bio Services for identification of some of the proteins shown in

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  • Figure 3, bottom panel, and for performing immunoaffinity purifications during the earlier stages of the project; I. Sorokina from Midwest Bio Services for identification of some of the proteins shown in

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  • (Pierce) and performed immunoaffinity chromatography of whole cell extracts from several wild-type mouse tissues, including fibroblasts, heart, lung, liver, kidney, spleen, and brain; in addition, extracts from whole embryos collected at embryonic day 12 were used in the later parts of the analysis.

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  • (Pierce) and performed immunoaffinity chromatography of whole cell extracts from several wild-type mouse tissues, including fibroblasts, heart, lung, liver, kidney, spleen, and brain; in addition, extracts from whole embryos collected at embryonic day 12 were used in the later parts of the analysis.

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  • (Pierce) and performed immunoaffinity chromatography of whole cell extracts from several wild-type mouse tissues, including fibroblasts, heart, lung, liver, kidney, spleen, and brain; in addition, extracts from whole embryos collected at embryonic day 12 were used in the later parts of the analysis.

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