Interferences in immunoassay.

@article{Tate2004InterferencesII,
  title={Interferences in immunoassay.},
  author={Jillian Russyll Tate and Greg Ward},
  journal={The Clinical biochemist. Reviews},
  year={2004},
  volume={25 2},
  pages={105-20}
}
Substances that alter the measurable concentration of the analyte or alter antibody binding can potentially result in immunoassay interference. Interfering, endogenous substances that are natural, polyreactive antibodies or autoantibodies (heterophiles), or human anti-animal antibodies together with other unsuspected binding proteins that are unique to the individual, can interfere with the reaction between analyte and reagent antibodies in immunoassay. Lipaemia, cross-reactivity, and exogenous… CONTINUE READING
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