Subash Chand

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A total of 23,007 clinical samples, 2,001 were identified as Escherichia coli (E.coli). Among these, 205 strains were haemolytic. One hundred eighty one E.coli were found haemolytic among urinary isolates. Two tests i.e. salt aggregation test (SAT) and haemagglutination test (HAT) with human type A erythrocytes were performed to know the incidence of(More)
A high affinity monoclonal antibody to factor VII (RFF-VII/1), coupled to sepharose, was used to immunodeplete factor VII from normal plasma. The plasma could be used as a substrate in a one stage coagulation assay and performed as well as, or better than, commercially available factor VII deficient plasma or plasma from congenitally deficient factor VII(More)
A murine monoclonal antibody has been produced (RFF-VIII:R/2) that binds specifically to human factor VIII-related antigen (VIII:RAg) in plasma and in vascular endothelial cells but has no reactivity with factor VIII procoagulant antigen (VIII:cAg). This antibody is a potent inhibitor of von Willebrand factor activity (VIII:vWF) in that it can totally(More)
Two monoclonal antibodies (RFF-VIII:R/1 and RFF-VII:R/2) which recognise the same epitope on von Willebrand factor (vWF) have been used in a simple, two-site, solid-phase immunoradiometric (IRMA) or enzyme-linked assay (ELISA) to analyse vWF in plasma from normal individuals and from patients with von Willebrand's disease (vWD). Results obtained confirm our(More)
Factor VIII deficient plasma was made from pooled, HIV antibody and hepatitis B antigen screened, normal human plasma by cryoprecipitation and immuno-depletion, using three different monoclonal antibodies bound to Sepharose columns, in series. These monoclonal antibodies are specific respectively for von Willebrand factor, factor VIII heavy chain and factor(More)
Three mouse monoclonal antibodies (RFF-VII/1, RFF-VII/2, and RFF-VII/3) which bind specifically to different epitopes on human factor VII antigen were raised. Two of the antibodies, RFF-VII/1 and RFF-VII/2, bound strongly to factor VII antigen (VII:Ag), but only RFF-VII/1 and RFF-VII/3 were potent inhibitors of factor VII coagulation activity (VII:C).(More)
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