immunoreaction


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im·mu·no·re·ac·tion

(im'yū-nō-rē-ak'shŭn),
An immunologic reaction, especially in vitro between antigen and antibody.

immunoreaction

(ĭm′yə-nō-rē-ăk′shən, ĭ-myo͞o′-)
im′mu·no·re·ac′tive adj.
im′mu·no·re′ac·tiv′i·ty n.

immunoreaction

(ĭ-mū″nō-rē-ăk′shŭn)
The reaction of an antibody to an antigen, exploited in some laboratory tests that stain, isolate, or purify cells that express specific markers on their cell membranes.
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The positive immunoreaction of these neuroendocrine cells to S100 may be due to the sophisticated interrelationship of neuronal cells and glial cells.[53]
In the vehicle-treated group, cells co-labeled with BrdU and NeuN immunoreaction, as newly generated neurons, were mainly detected in the SGZ of the DG [Figure 3]a, [Figure 3]b, [Figure 3]c, and the mean number of BrdU +/NeuN + cells was 7.0 [+ or -] 1.1 cells per se ction [Figure 3]J.
Brown staining shows positive immunoreaction. (A, B, C, D, E, F) original magnification, x20; bar = 20 [micro]m.
A positive anti-CMV immunoreaction performed on several tissue sections (Fig.
In addition to an immunoreaction to neurofilament, ganglion cells are positive for NSE, S100 and GFAP, and neuroblasts are positive for vimentin, NSE and S100.
Sakai et al., "A novel surface plasmon resonance immunosensor for 2, 4, 6-trinitrotoluene (TNT) based on indirect competitive immunoreaction: a promising approach for on-site landmine detection," IEEE Sensors Journal, vol.
Immunohistochemical staining is a widely used technique that demonstrates the expression and distribution of a specific antigen by antigen-antibody immunoreaction. It is often used not only in research, but also in clinical practice, for example, in pathological diagnosis and the determination of molecular-targeted therapy.
(b) Tumor cells show intense S-100-specific immunoreaction. (c) The smooth muscular actin(SMA-) specific immunoreaction is practically negative.
For phospho-AKT (pAKT) and PTEN both percentage of positive cells and intensity for nuclear and cytoplasmic immunoreaction were evaluated.
Analysis of the GO Tree about the upregulated and downregulated path revealed the latter was in the majority and the immunoreaction was entirely downregulated (Figure 3).
Strong TP receptor protein immunoreaction (expression) with bright green granules located in the smooth muscle cells was seen in fresh controls (nonculture, Figure 4(a)).

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