immunoassay(redirected from end point immunoassay)
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A laboratory technique that identifies and quantifies a protein, such as a hormone or an enzyme, based on its ability to act as an antigen or antibody in a chemical reaction.
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(Physiology) immunol a technique of identifying a substance by its ability to bind to an antibody
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im•mu•no•as•say(ˌɪm yə noʊ əˈseɪ, -ˈæs eɪ, ɪˌmyu-)
a laboratory method for detecting a substance by using an antibody reactive with it.
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|Noun||1.||immunoassay - identification of a substance (especially a protein) by its action as an antigen; "PSA in the blood can be measured with an immunochemical assay"|
bioassay, bio-assay - appraisal of the biological activity of a substance by testing its effect on an organism and comparing the result with some agreed standard
radioimmunoassay - immunoassay of a substance that has been radioactively labeled
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n. inmunoanálisis, proceso para determinar la capacidad de una sustancia para actuar como antígeno y anticuerpo en un tejido;
enzyme ___ → ___ enzimático.
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