cross-reactivity


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cross-reactivity

 [kros″re-ak-tiv´ĭ-te]
the degree to which an antibody or antigen participates in cross-reactions.

cross-reactivity

/cross-re·ac·tiv·i·ty/ (kros″re-ak-tiv´ĭ-te) the degree to which an antibody participates in cross reactions.

cross-reactivity

the degree to which an antibody participates in cross-reactions.
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BAV from southern China and Indonesia and KDV from Indonesia are classified as distinct species (1) and show no cross-reactivity in neutralization tests.
Cross-reactivity was calculated by dividing the HhCG concentration at 50 000 RLU by the concentration of each analyte at 50 000 RLU and multiplying by 100.
The highest cross-reactivity was for insulin glargine on the Advia Centaur, with 152% cross-reactivity at 300 mlU/L.
Cross-reactivity (%) = test sample - control sample (200 [micro]g/L CsA added)/1000 [micro]g/L metabolite x 100
His research interests include viruses thai cause gastroenteritis in humans, molecular epidemiology of sapoviruses and noroviruses, expression of caliciviruses, and serologic cross-reactivity between viral genotypes.
Cross-reactivity of cortisone with human corticosteroid-binding globulin and cortisol antibody.
Production of recombinant PSA and HK2 and analysis of their immunologic cross-reactivity.
Given the cross-reactivity among Class I hormone receptors, we believe progesterone activates the secretion of corticosteroids which have anti-inflammatory properties, restoring the natural process of quality tear production.
Such results, however, are often difficult to interpret because of nonrandom sampling, multiple Bunyamwera serogroup members circulating in the same area, inclusion of a limited number of viruses in tests, and serologic cross-reactivity among members of the serogroup.
We therefore characterized the occurrence of EFV cross-reactivity with several commercial reagents used to screen for THC exposure.
The robust PathHunter[TM] platform is ideal for determining cross-reactivity, dose response, agonist/antagonist activity, SAR and allosteric modulation of lead compounds.
Cross-reactivity between papain and chymopapain has not been proven by laboratory studies.