filter at firthcom.demon.co.uk
Wed Jun 12 16:45:17 EST 1996
In article <4pmouf$skv at news2.cts.com>,
b3748 at cts.com (Bryan Kiehl) wrote:
>In general you can divide these into serology or antigen detection.
>You can usually develop one protocol for serology. The key for
>serology is usually antigen quality.
having once spent five years of my life devloping good tests for some of
these analytes, I'll "me too" Bryan's statement. To make a good test will
take a lot of time, and you must perform some painstaking titrations to get
good performance from your raw materials. I'd recommend going for a
commercial assay unless you have a lot of experience of immunoassay design
Somehow though I have the feeling that if you had the experience required,
you probably wouldn't be asking for help.
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