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A selective bi-site ELISA assay procedure for quantification of Lp[a] lipoprotein in human plasma based on linkage of apo[a] to apoB is described. The lipoproteins referred to as apo[a]:B were captured by a mixture of two anti-apo[a] monoclonal antibodies (K07, K09) and were revealed by a mixture of six anti-apoB monoclonal antibodies coupled to peroxidase.(More)
The use of mixtures of well-defined monoclonal antibodies may represent a step forward in the standardization of immunochemical assays. We developed and optimized working conditions for using such a mixture to determine apolipoprotein A-I in human sera by two independent techniques (electroimmuno- and immunonephelometric-assays). Six monoclonal antibodies,(More)
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