Blood aglutination in SMALL volumes, how to do it?
Lars.S at Plantbio.lu.se
Wed Jul 20 03:33:47 EST 1994
Im working with a group of proteins that might have a lectin like
activity and I would like to try blood agglutination, but the methods I
have found call for useing mg amounts of sample. My coworker has heard of
a method of doing agglutination tests under microscop but dont remember
were she saw the description of the method.
If anyone has any ideas to were to find a description of this or any
other small volume agglutination method it would be appreciated.
Ah yes, we dnt want to use up more than a few ug of our proteins since it
would take us some months to get mg amounts, and we would rather not do
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