by Appleton-Century-Crofts, Education Division Meredith Corp. in New York .
Written in English
|Contributions||Caldwell, Burton Vaughan,, Worcester Foundation for Experimental Biology|
|LC Classifications||QD415 A1 P47|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||232|
Immunologic Methods in Steroid Determination. Authors: Péron, Fernand G., Caldwell, Burton V. Free Preview. Buy this book eB68 € price for Spain (gross) Buy eBook ISBN ; Digitally watermarked, DRM-free About this book. Immunologic methods in steroid determination. New York, Appleton-Century-Crofts  (OCoLC) Material Type: Conference publication: Document Type: Book: All Authors / Contributors: Fernand G Péron; Burton V Caldwell. Get this from a library! Immunologic Methods in Steroid Determination. [Fernand G Péron; Burton V Caldwell] -- I Chemical and Immunologic Aspects of Antibodies to Steroids.- 1. Structural Basis of Antibody Specificity.- 2. Early Approaches to Production, Analysis, and Use of Steroid-Specific Antisera.- 3. Buy Immunologic Methods in Steroid Determination by Fernand G. Peron, Burton V. Caldwell from Waterstones today! Click and Collect from your local Waterstones or get FREE UK delivery on orders over £Book Edition: Softcover Reprint of The Original 1st Ed.
The two main goals of the symposium upon which this volume is based were 1) to cement together knowledge presently available in the field of antibodies to steroids and obtainable only under separate covers in different journals and books, and 2) to presen. 1. Cesk Fysiol. ;37(6) [Use of modern immunologic methods for the determination of steroid hormones in saliva]. [Article in Czech]Author: Rehulka J, Hampl R, Drahota Z. Abstract. One of the major advantages of using radioimmunoassay techniques for the measurement of steroid hormones is their unique potential for quantitating these hormones in unextracted serum, providing a truly specific antibody can be obtained to a given by: Radioimmunoassay methods for the determination of sex steroids and other compounds with sex hormone-like activities in various edible animal tissues and endocrine glands have been developed. Reliability of these methods, allowing quantification in a range of 10 −11 M, has been adequately demonstrated. In any case the necessary extraction Cited by:
Endocrine Methods contains descriptions of contemporary and cutting-edge methodologies in various areas of endocrinology, including receptor theory and immunologic techniques for endocrine research. The book presents step-by-step procedures easily available to study the endocrine system and includes experts in their respective fields as. Determination of steroid hormone concentrations Assay of plasma insulin in human subjects by immunologic methods. Article. Quantitative determination is performed by comparing the peak. Current assay technology and limitations. Immunochromatographic assays were first described in the late s and were originally developed to assess the presence of serum proteins ().Other early assays that used an immunochromatographic technique include those for the quantification of drugs in biological fluids (), theophylline in whole blood (), and mouse immunoglobulin ().Cited by: The mixture is then "rinsed," and the amount of remaining radiolabelled antigen is compared with a standard curve, allowing an easy determination of unlabelled (patient-derived) Ag/hormone levels. The technique is both extremely sensitive, and specific, if costly, and it is especially useful in diagnosing and treating autoimmune diseases such.