Conversely, at achievable concentrations of piperacillin-tazobactam in serum we did not observe any cross-reaction
with this antibiotic.
This program determined that a key issue facing WNV diagnostics was false positives due to cross-reaction
of antibodies to closely related flaviviruses.
Tests for penicillin allergy in man: The immunological cross-reaction
between penicillins and cephalosporins.
Specificity was based on the polypeptide target size (diagnostic molecular mass) and the absence of cross-reaction
with polypeptides from either BT products or vegetative B.
In addition, the cross-reaction
is stronger in dark-adapted animals than in light-adapted animals.
High rates of cross-reaction
were detected between the L.
These findings demonstrate that some, but not all, immunoassay reagents used for the detection of THC metabolite are susceptible to cross-reaction
errors resulting from the presence of EFV (metabolite) in human urine.
This assumption remains unsupported because the SFTS assay has not been evaluated for cross-reaction
with antibodies to other non-SFTS members of the genus Phlebovirus (1,3).
Fenugreek gives a stronger cross-reaction
to peanut than other legumes.
Now, experiments performed at Duke University Medical Center in Durham, N.C., rule out such a cross-reaction
Effective concentration of hCG [beta] cf (pmol/mol creatinine) attributable to cross-reaction
at a molar cross-reactivity of: LH [beta] cf, 10% 5% pmol/mol creatinine Mean urinary LH [beta] cf et al.
Subsequent studies demonstrated that much of this immunoreactive [beta]-core could be attributed to cross-reaction
with a metabolite of LH, which we termed [beta]-LH-core and which was almost certainly produced by the same degradation pathways that led to hCG[beta]cf (19).