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Hum Pathol. 1984 Feb;15(2):112-6.

Fluorescence immunoassay.

Abstract

Fluorescence immunoassay is a sensitive technique that can be used in the measurement of many compounds, including drugs, hormones, and proteins; in the identification of antibodies; and in the quantification of antigens such as viral particles and, potentially, bacteria. Homogeneous fluorescence immunoassay, fluorescent excitation transfer immunoassay, fluorescence polarization immunoassay, solid-phase "dipstick" immunoassay, solid-phase microbead fluorescence immunoassay, substrate-labeled fluorescence immunoassay, and fluorescence immunoassays using internal reflectance spectroscopy or phycobiliprotein conjugates are reviewed.

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