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 0.6.
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.