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It is a general introduction to the fundamental principles underpinning both technologies and highlights their key features and current limitations in various diagnostic settings.
This is a general introduction to the fundamental principles underpinning both monoclonal antibody and recombinant DNA probe technologies. It highlights their key features and current limitations in various diagnostic settings.
MOLECULAR GENETIC TECHNIQUES; Fundamental Principles and Diagnostic Applications of Molecular Biology (B. Theophilus, et al.); Clinical Diagnosis of Genetic Abnormalities (S. Higgins); Detection and Clinical Significance of Oncogenes in Breast Cancer (D. Manning & R. Nicholson); Molecular Advances in the Rapid Detection of Infection (J. Ibbotson & I. Bevan); Genetic Fingerprinting (P. Debenham); MONOCLONAL ANTIBODY TECHNIQUES; Monoclonal Antibody Production Technologies (A. Roberts, et al.); Monoclonal Antibody-Based Immunoassays (P. Appleby); Monoclonal Antibodies as Probes in Leucocyte Typing (P. Richardson); Monoclonal Antibodies in Pathological Investigations (C. Smith); Monoclonal Antibodies in the Diagnosis of Infectious Diseases (D. Catty); Monoclonal Antibodies in Red Cell Typing (D. McDonald); Future Developments in Monoclonal Antibody-Based Diagnosis (A. Farnsworth); Index.