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immunoanalytical

Definitions

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  • adj. Describing immunological methods of analysis, or the analysis of immunological systems

Etymologies

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immuno- +‎ analytical

Examples

  • Biotin and avidin (or streptavidin) bind non-covalently with a higher binding affinity than most antigen-antibody interactions. 1, 2 This very tight binding makes labeling proteins with biotin a useful tool for applications such as affinity chromatography and immunoanalytical methods.

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  • B.S. (> 8 years), M.S. (> 6 years), or Ph.D. (> 2-4 years) in relevant scientific field with industrial experience; Experience in development, characterization, and implementation of quantitative soluble-biomarker bioanalytical assays (e.g., mass spectrometry & immunoanalytical) using wet chemical sample preparation methods and instrumentation

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  • - Routine use of liquid handling systems, various immunoanalytical platforms (Elisa,

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