By Jeanette M. Van Emon, Clare L. Gerlach, Jeffre C. Johnson
content material: Environmental immunochemistry : responding to a spectrum of analytical wishes / Jeanette M. Van Emon and Clare L. Gerlach --
Assay of heavy metals utilizing antibodies to metal-chelate complexes / Diane A. Blake, Gary N. Dawson, Pampa Chakrabarti, and Frank M. Hatcher --
Enzyme-linked immunosorbent assay for the detection of mercury in environmental matrices / Craig Schweitzer, Larry Carlson, Bart Holmquist, Mal Riddell, and Dwayne Wylie --
a brand new method of electrochemical immunoassays utilizing undertaking electroactive polymers / Omowunmi A. Sadik --
Environmental immunosensing on the naval examine laboratory / Lisa C. Shriver-Lake, Anne W. Kusterbeck, and Frances S. Ligler --
Enzyme immunoassay research coupled with supercritical fluid extraction of soil herbicides / G. Kim Stearman, Martha J.M. Wells, Scott M. Adkisson, and Tadd E. Ridgill --
improvement and alertness of an enzyme-linked immunosorbent assay strategy for the decision of a number of sulfonylurea herbicides at the comparable microwell plate / Johanne Strahan --
Immunoaffinity extraction with online liquid chromatography-mass spectrometry / Jeanette M. Van Emon and Viorica Lopez-Avila --
delicate analyte detection and quantitation utilizing the brink immunoassay approach / Kilian Dill --
Optical sensing know-how for environmental immunoassays / Stephen L. Coulter and Stanley M. Klainer --
contemporary advancements in immunoassays and comparable equipment for the detection of xenobiotics / Ingrid Wengatz, Adam S. Harris, S. Douglass Gilman, Monika Wortberg, Horacio Kido, Ferenc Szurdoki, Marvin H. Goodrow, Lynn L. Jaeger, Donald W. Stoutamire, James R. Sanborn, Shirley J. Gee, and Bruce D. Hammock --
a standing document on electroanalytical thoughts for immunological detection / Omowunmi A. Sadik and Jeanette M. Van Emon --
a primary software of enzyme-linked immunosorbent assay for screening cyclodiene pesticides in flooring water / Tonya R. Dombrowski, E.M. Thurman, and Greg B. Mohrman --
Maumee zone of shock sediment screening survey, Toledo, Ohio / Thomas J. Balduf, Jeff Wander, Philip A. Williams, Brent Kuenzli, and Patrick J. Heider --
Validation of an immunoassay for screening chlorpyrifos-methyl residues on grain / Brian A. Skoczenski, Titan S. Fan, Jonathan J. Matt, J. Terry Pitts, and J. Larry Zettler --
An review of a microtiter-plate enzyme-linked immunosorbent assay approach for the research of triazine and chloroacetanilide herbicides in hurricane runoff samples / Michael L. Pomes, E.M. Thurman, and Donald A. Goolsby --
evaluate of an automatic immunoassay method for quantitative research of atrazine and alachlor in water samples / Barbara Staller younger, Andrew Parsons, Christine Vampola, and Hong Wang --
An assessment of a pentachlorophenol immunoassay soil try out package / Alan Humphrey --
An immunochemistry discussion board : an offer for an immunochemistry site / Donna W. Sutton and Jeanette M. Van Emon --
Screening exams in a altering setting / Richard L. Ellis --
issues in immunoassay calibration / Thomas L. Fare, Robert G. Sandberg, and David P. Herzog --
caliber coverage symptoms for immunoassay try kits / William A. Coakley, Christine M. Andreas, and Susan M. Jacobowitz --
Maximizing info from box immunoassay review reviews / Robert W. Gerlach and Jeanette M. Van Emon --
Biomonitoring for occupational exposures utilizing immunoassays / Raymond E. Biagini, R. DeLon Hull, Cynthia A. Striley, Barbara A. MacKenzie, Shirley R. Robertson, Wendy Wippel, and J. Patrick Mastin --
program of an immunomagnetic assay procedure for detection of virulent micro organism in organic samples / Hao Yu and Peter J. Stopa --
software of enzyme-linked immunosorbent assay for size of polychlorinated biphenyls from hydrophobic strategies : extracts of fish and dialysates of semipermeable membrane units / James L. Zajicek, Donald E. Tillitt, James N. Huckins, Jimmie D. Petty, Michael E. Potts, and David A. Nardone --
Immunochemical equipment for fumonisins in corn / Mary W. Trucksess.
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Microplate readers, present in most larger laboratories, are used to read the color development of the plate assay. A field-portable, battery-powered, differential photometer, available from BioNebraska, allows the absorbance in the tube assay to be quantified. Metal Specificity. Standard assays were performed as above except that various concentrations of additional metal salts were added to the samples prior to assay, and their effect on color development in the assay was determined. 25 parts per billion (ppb) for both the tube and plate assays.