Antibody interference in a two-site immunometric assay for thyrotrophin.

Abstract

Of 1585 consecutive serum samples referred for thyroid function testing, 14 gave erroneously high values from a two-site immunoenzymometric assay for thyrotrophin. The addition of mouse or newborn calf serum to the assay failed to correct the interference. In serum samples from 11 patients who were available for follow up a higher concentration of mouse… (More)

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@article{John1989AntibodyII, title={Antibody interference in a two-site immunometric assay for thyrotrophin.}, author={Rohit Abraham John and Robert R Henley and Niall Barron}, journal={Annals of clinical biochemistry}, year={1989}, volume={26 ( Pt 4)}, pages={346-52} }