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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in dairy and egg products using immunomagnetic separation and PCR," International Journal of Food Microbiology, vol.
Immunomagnetic separation combined with real-time reverse transcriptase PCR assays for detection of norovirus in contaminated food.
A rapid method using immunomagnetic separation and ATP bioluminescence was developed for the detection of the fecal indicator enterococci in marine beach water.
Detection and recovery rates aschieved using direct plate and enrichment/ immunomagnetic separation methods for Escherichia coli O157:H7 in minced beef and on bovine hide.
The scientists used immunomagnetic separation and biotinyl-tyramide signal amplification as part of their technique to increase the assay's specificity and sensitivity.
The other possible explanation is that the insoluble iron matrix bound to the magnet during the immunomagnetic separation, resulting in loss of embedded oocysts.
The subject of the contract is the supply, delivery, installation by the Contractor of the following equipment: immunoassay analyser, genetic analyser and equipment for immunomagnetic separation of blood cells (bone marrow cells) in 3 (three) lots.
At Lab Innovations 2013 in Birmingham earlier this month, Lab M discussed the further extension of its Captivate[TM] range of Immunomagnetic Separation products for the isolation of Shiga Toxin-Producing Escherichia coli (STEC) strains associated with foodborne infection.
So, scientists in Turkey undertook a study evaluating the performance of two combined techniques for detecting Salmonella: immunomagnetic separation (IMS) and the polymerase chain reaction (PCR).
Immunomagnetic separation is a well-known technique that involves application of antibody-coated magnetic particles to separate pathogenic microorganisms and biological cells from clinical, food, and environmental samples.
Immunomagnetic separation was performed with 1 mL of the culture, according to the instructions of the manufacturer Dynal, Inc., Oslo, Norway).
Immunomagnetic separation is now written into US Department of Agriculture (USDA) methodology for the detection and isolation of non-0157 Shiga Toxin-Producing (STEC) E.coli in meat products and so there is renewed emphasis in the use of this highly effective technique.