An evaluation of four different luminescence immunoassay systems: CELIA (chemiluminescent immunoassay), SPALT (solid-phase antigen luminescence technique), ILMA (immunoluminometric assay) and ILSA (immunoluminometric labelled second antibody). A critical study of macro solid phases for use in immuno

@article{Wood1984AnEO,
  title={An evaluation of four different luminescence immunoassay systems: CELIA (chemiluminescent immunoassay), SPALT (solid-phase antigen luminescence technique), ILMA (immunoluminometric assay) and ILSA (immunoluminometric labelled second antibody). A critical study of macro solid phases for use in immuno},
  author={William Graham Wood and Harald Fricke and J Haritz and A Gadow and H S Krausz and B Tode and Christian Joseph Strasburger and Peter C. Scriba},
  journal={Journal of clinical chemistry and clinical biochemistry. Zeitschrift fur klinische Chemie und klinische Biochemie},
  year={1984},
  volume={22 5},
  pages={349-56}
}
The performance of different solid-phase luminescence immunoassays has been documented using four different assay concepts. These are CELIA (chemiluminescence immunoassay), SPALT (solid-phase antigen luminescence technique), ILMA (immunoluminometric assay) and ILSA (immunoluminometric labelled second-antibody assay). CELIA is analogous to a solid-phase radioimmunoassay and uses a labelled antigen, SPALT and ILSA use a labelled second (species-specific) antibody and ILMA a labelled substance… CONTINUE READING