immunomagnetic separation


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immunomagnetic separation

The detection and/or harvesting of samples containing specific antigens based on their collection by antibodies attached to magnetized beads. The bead-bound antigens can be separated from materials that are not of interest in a magnetic field.
See also: separation
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Immunomagnetic separation combined with real-time reverse transcriptase PCR assays for detection of norovirus in contaminated food.
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