inhibition assay

inhibition assay

an immunoassay in which an excess of antigens prevents or inhibits the completion of either the initial or the indicator phase of the reaction.
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EGCG Control 10 [micro]M 20 [micro]M 24 h 2% 3% 3% 48 h 3% 6% 3% EGCG 30 [micro]M 40 [micro]M 50 [micro]M 24 h 17% 41% 84% 48 h 17% 56% 84% EA Control 30 [micro]M 45 [micro]M 24 h 3% -- -- 48 h 1% 2% 2% EA 60 [micro]M 90 [micro]M 120 [micro]M 24 h 5% 7% 7% 48 h 2% -- -- RA Control 50 [micro]M 24 h 2% 2% 48 h 1% 1% RA 100 [micro]M 150 [micro]M 24 h 7% 5% 48 h 3% 61% Table 3 Combination effects of EGCG and AraC in HL-60 cells employing a sequential growth inhibition assay.
In 55 of the 60 serum samples collected from the chickens on the patient's family farm, hemagglutination inhibition assay indicated that antibody titers against H7N2 or H7N9 virus ranged from 2 to 1,024.
ADP-Glo is a universal kinase inhibition assay that measures the amount of ADP generated.
The candidates, later, were tested for functional activity using an in vitro cell migration inhibition assay and an in vivo tumor xenograft model in combination with carboplatin.
Hyaluronidase inhibition assay was studied in vitro using bovine testicular hyaluronidase and human umbilical cord hyaluronic acid.
0%, 70 ml of pre-fermented digestate was dispensed to 120 ml size serum bottles for the anaerobic inhibition assay.
Intracellular MC accumulation was measured indirectly via uptake inhibition experiments and directly confirmed by Western blot analysis and a protein phosphatase inhibition assay.
The extracts were kept at room temperature prior to the [alpha]-amylase inhibition assay.
Thus, sera of 126 species representing 15 different avian orders were tested using the hemagglutinin inhibition assay to evaluate seroconversion and the long-term serologic profile of selected anti-H5 antibody.
These constructs were tested for their antiviral activity in a vif inhibition assay.
This second-generation inhibition assay was expected to improve the sensitivity and specificity of the test (2).