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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The baseline BNP, NT-proBNP, or proBNP concentration was subtracted from each peptide-spiked pool measurement to determine cross-reactivity.
The potential for cross-reactivity of commercially available antibodies for T pallidum with other spirochete species poses a potential diagnostic pitfall when biopsies are taken from locations wherein spirochetes may be encountered.
Cross-reactivity in NS1 dengue tests (ELISA and immunochromatographic) using serum samples from patients with acute Zika virus infection would have medically significant consequences.
However, the cross-reactivity between grasshopper and cricket allergens does not seem to be complete.
Cross-reactivity of naloxone with oxycodone immunoassays: implications for individuals taking Suboxone.
But this appears to be due to overall increased reactiveness and not a cross-reactivity because those with history of penicillin allergy had an even higher allergy rate to sulfa nonantibiotics than did patients with a prior sulfa allergy.
The results presented here have demonstrated the high antigenic capacity and cross-reactivity of one polypeptide with apparent Mr of 64 kDa, because it was detected by all infected sheep during the all infection course.
Western analysis was used to validate minimal cross-reactivity in the chip, and zymography was used to validate MMP presence in urine from cancer patients.
Allergy research, though, is becoming more refined due to increasing knowledge of immunology and molecular cross-reactivity, and the advent of component-resolved diagnosis.
Different types of fruits and fish can often have substantial cross-reactivity, meaning there may be several types that need to be avoided.
Although their presentations vary, syndromes occur when tumor antigens exhibit cross-reactivity to similar antigens expressed by these systems.
Cross-reactivity studies employing whole sera from a range of animal species indicated the most abundant cross-reactivity (100%) with monkey Igs, while no cross-reactivity was detected with rabbit, guinea pig, sheep, goat, cat and hen serum.