monospecific antiserum

monospecific antiserum

(1) Monovalent antiserum. 
(2) Monoclonal antibody.
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of positive sera Monospecific antiserum COBAS-ANA IF-ANA U1RNP (n = 15) (b) 15 (100) 15 (100) SSA/Ro (n = 18) 16 (89) 18 (100) Centromere (n = 14) 12 (86) 14 (100) Jo-1 (n = 5) 4 (80) 3 (60) dsDNA (n = 19) 19 (100) 19 (100) (a) Monospecific antisera reactive with U1RNP, SSA-Ro, centromere, Jo-1, and dsDNA antibodies were tested in IF-ANA at a cutoff dilution of 1:40 and COBAS-ANA at a cutoff index of 0.
Down-regulation and phosphorylation of glucocorticoid receptors in cultured cells: investigations with a monospecific antiserum against a bacterially expressed receptor fragment.
Hemagglutination (HA) and neuraminidase (NA) inhibition assays with monospecific antiserum confirmed the H5N1 subtype.
We used the monospecific antiserum in the successful development of a competitive RIA.
Hemagglutination and neuraminidase (NA) inhibition assays with monospecific antiserum (3) confirmed the H5N1 subtype.
According to results of HEV phylogenetic analysis with the complete VP4 nucleotide sequences, remicroneutralization tests using monospecific antiserum against echovirus 18 (EV18; Denka Seiken), or HEV71 (anti-HEV71/BrCr and anti-HEV71/C7 sera; both supplied by the National Institute of Infectious Diseases, Japan) were performed to confirm the serotype of the untypeable strains from the first microneutralization assay.
Since >60 serotypes of HEV are known to infect humans (1,19), the HEV serotype is almost impossible to identify by using monospecific antiserum from the first microneutralization test.