[Investigation of a new p24 antigen detection system by the chemiluminescence-enzyme-immuno-assay].

@article{Sakai1999InvestigationOA,
  title={[Investigation of a new p24 antigen detection system by the chemiluminescence-enzyme-immuno-assay].},
  author={Akemi Sakai and Yoshihiro Hirabayashi and Shunji Aizawa and Masatoshi Tanaka and Setsuko Ida and Shinichi Oka},
  journal={Kansenshogaku zasshi. The Journal of the Japanese Association for Infectious Diseases},
  year={1999},
  volume={73 3},
  pages={205-12}
}
We investigated a new p24 antigen detection system by the chemiluminescence-enzyme-immuno-assay (CLEIA) and compared it with the conventional antigen-kits (A; Abbott, B; Coulter). The detection limit of CLEIA, A, and B were 4.3 pg/ml, 11.3 pg/ml, and 5.6 pg/ml, respectively. When the patient's sera and panel sera were examined by the three method, compatible results with the detection limit were obtained. CLEIA can be completed within 35 min, and is performed by an automatic system, which can… CONTINUE READING