METHODS OF IMMUNOLOGICAL ANALYSIS.
Now available! Three detailed volumes supplying a complete practice-oriented introduction to immunoanalysis. A set in themselves, they provide an extraordinarily comprehensive and up-to-date depiction of these methods.
Both specialists and non-specialists will appreciate the broad scope of this set: It covers a wide area of the life sciences, chemistry and medicine, adjusted to the extensive applicability of immunoanalytical techniques.
We at VCH feel that there is a definite need for this indispensable new series. Immunoanalysis is widely practised by analysts whose interests or training are not primarily in immunology. They clearly need the guidance that a good reference work provides.
Furthermore, the range of immunochemical methods itself is so broad and its techniques so varied that even specialist immunologists and immunochemists find it difficult to assess different possible analytical approaches. They, too, need the support of an extensive reference work.
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Table of ContentsPartial table of contents:
The Recognition of Paratopes and Epitopes.
Preparation and Processing of Samples.
From Haptens to Immunogens.
Production of Polyclonal Antibodies.
Chemical Coupling Methods Used In Immunochemistry.
Standardization of Reagents.
Standards and Calibrators.