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ELISA: Theory and Practice introduces to scientists at all levels of expertise the principles of the most commonly used assay technique known as the Enzyme Linked Immunosorbent Assay. The book provides readers with full descriptions of the basic systems that make ELISA one of the most powerful techniques in science today, and also examines in detail the data obtained by ELISA and their analysis and actual manipulation. ELISA: Theory and Practice is designed not only to train novices in the science of ELISA, but also to aid investigators experienced in any of the biological sciences in performing independently assays of antibodies and antigens. Mastery of the book's contents will allow readers to fully appreciate exactly how and why assays function, as well as permit the efficient development of individual assays that are both rapid and accurate.
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John Crowther (1837 – c. 1902) was an English watercolour painter. He exhibited at the Royal Academy and was commissioned by Charles Chadwyck-Healey to record the threatened architecture and streets of Victorian London.
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