nephelometry


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nephelometry

 [nef″ĕ-lom´ĕ-tre]
measurement of the concentration of a suspension by means of a nephelometer. adj., adj nephelomet´ric.

neph·e·lom·e·try

(nef'ĕ-lom'ĕ-trē),
A technique for estimation of the number and size of particles in a suspension by measurement of light scattered from a beam of light passed through the solution.

nephelometry

[nef′əlom′ətrē]
a technique for detecting proteins in body fluids based on the tendency of proteins to scatter light in identifiable ways. nephelometric, nephelometrical, adj.

neph·e·lom·e·try

(nef'ĕ-lom'ĕ-trē)
Estimation of the number and size of particles in suspension by measurement of light scattered from a beam passed through the solution.

nephelometry

measurement of the concentration of a suspension by means of a nephelometer.
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Blood sample for hs-CRP was taken at the time of admission and hs-CRP levels measured after radiological confirmation using nephelometry method.
Serum levels of immunoglobulins were determined by nephelometry using the Immage immunochemistry system (Beckman-Coulter, USA).
Glucose, Urea and Creatine were specified with the aid of Siemens trade mark 1800 adviya nephelometry closed system method.
Densitometry of the M-spike can be combined with serum nephelometry to monitor IgM levels.
In order to measure serum immunoglobulin types IgG, IgM, IgA automatically, a nephelometry was used, and a Binding Site kit (made in the U.
reported that the combined use of latex-enhanced RF nephelometry combined with testing for anti-CCP enhances the specificity of RA diagnosis in the primary care setting.
Methodology: SAA, CRP and ESR were measured with ELISA, nephelometry and Mix-Rate x100 vital diagnostic device, respectively, in serum samples of 30 patients diagnosed with acute brucellosis and 40 volunteers with no systemic diseases.
Nephelometry was used for analysis; subjects having hs-CRP values above the 3rd quintile (1,2-1,9 mg/dL) according to BSC were regarded as being at increased cardiovascular risk (16).
5] exposure (TPE) levels (continuous nephelometry among compliant subjects with low secondhand tobacco smoke exposures; n = 30) with the CV outcomes were assessed over a 24-hr period by linear mixed models.
C-reactive protein, serum amyloid A, [kappa] and [lambda] chain concentrations and serum IgG, IgM levels were measured by nephelometry (with Dade Behring BNII Nephelometer Analyzer and commercially available kits by Dade Behring, Germany).