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radioimmunoassay

Definitions

from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 5th Edition.

  • noun A procedure that measures minute amounts of a substance, such as a hormone or drug, by quantitating the binding, or the inhibition of binding, of a radiolabeled substance to an antibody.

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  • noun A procedure that uses the binding of a radioactively labeled substance to an antibody in order to analyze minute amounts of biological compounds

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  • noun immunoassay of a substance that has been radioactively labeled

Etymologies

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radio- +‎ immunoassay

Examples

  • Rosalyn Yalow (1921 -), "medical physicist" who "won a Nobel prize for her work developing the radioimmunoassay technique"

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  • She and a younger colleague, Solomon Berson, developed methods for the radioimmunoassay -- an analytic tool that allows investigators to survey minute quantities of hormones, viruses, and chemicals in human beings.

    Personal Information for Rosalyn S. Yalow

  • She and a younger colleague, Solomon Berson, developed methods for the radioimmunoassay -- an analytic tool that allows investigators to survey minute quantities of hormones, viruses, and chemicals in human beings.

    Personal Information for Rosalyn S. Yalow

  • Rosalyn Yalow (1921 -), "medical physicist" who "won a Nobel prize for her work developing the radioimmunoassay technique"

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  • These initial experiments led to the discovery of radioimmunoassay (RIA), an ingenious application of nuclear physics in clinical medicine.

    Rosalyn Yalow.

  • The hospital signed a new contract with them for our complex chem and radioimmunoassay work.

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  • We used to send all our GC-MS and radioimmunoassay tests to BloodTek, in Portland.

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  • The hospital signed a new contract with them for our complex chem and radioimmunoassay work.

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  • The hospital signed a new contract with them for our complex chem and radioimmunoassay work.

    Bloodstream

  • We used to send all our GC-MS and radioimmunoassay tests to BloodTek, in Portland.

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