immunoradiometry

immunoradiometry

 [im″u-no-ra″de-om´ĕ-tre]
the use of radiolabeled antibody (in the place of radiolabeled antigen) in radioimmunoassay techniques. adj., adj immunoradiomet´ric.
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Various methods (e.g., immunoradiometry, immunodiffusion, and ELISA) that use subclass-specific antisera (2) or monoclonal antibodies (4-6) have been proposed for the determination of IgA subclass concentrations in various human body fluids.
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