nephelometry


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nephelometry

 [nef″ĕ-lom´ĕ-tre]
measurement of the concentration of a suspension by means of a nephelometer. adj., adj nephelomet´ric.

neph·e·lom·e·try

(nef'ĕ-lom'ĕ-trē),
A technique for estimation of the number and size of particles in a suspension by measurement of light scattered from a beam of light passed through the solution.

nephelometry

[nef′əlom′ətrē]
a technique for detecting proteins in body fluids based on the tendency of proteins to scatter light in identifiable ways. nephelometric, nephelometrical, adj.

neph·e·lom·e·try

(nef'ĕ-lom'ĕ-trē)
Estimation of the number and size of particles in suspension by measurement of light scattered from a beam passed through the solution.

nephelometry

measurement of the concentration of a suspension by means of a nephelometer.
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This method parallels the nephelometry measurements of the total immunoglobulin concentrations (e.
C-reactive protein, serum amyloid A, [kappa] and [lambda] chain concentrations and serum IgG, IgM levels were measured by nephelometry (with Dade Behring BNII Nephelometer Analyzer and commercially available kits by Dade Behring, Germany).
Typical nephelometry utilises a sensor located at the angle of 90[degrees], whilst turbidimetry requires that of 180[degrees], i.
Antithrombin was estimated by nephelometry using Turbox[R] antithrombin kit (Orion Diagnostica, Espoo, Finland); the lower limit of normal was 200 mg/l for this assay.
CRP was quantified by utilising latex-enhanced nephelometry with a Behring nephelometer (Deerfield, USA).
Serum CRP was measured in the hospital laboratory by rate nephelometry using the Beckman IMMAGE Immunochemistry system.
Serum albumin was determined using a Cobas/Integra Albumin cassette, applying the modified bromcresol green binding assay, (25) and serum pre-albumin was determined quantitatively by rate nephelometry using an IMMAGE Immunochemistry Systems PAB Test (Beckman Coulter Inc.
Serum levels of CRP were measured by standard nephelometry, with an established normal range of 0 to 0.
Particle counts were measured using the light-scatting method and nephelometry methods for continuous respirable suspended particle (RSP) concentrations.
By any method except latex, but preferably by ELISA or nephelometry, according to the local laboratory reference range 4.