Multiplexed Bead Immunoassays: Advantages and Limitations in Pediatrics

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When performing an immunoassay, a specific antibody is used to identify and quantify the concentration of target molecules or analytes in complex samples, such as serum or urine. The use of monoclonal antibodies, highly specific, was a great improvement in these assays. Currently, the combination of these specific antibodies with different fluorophores and… (More)

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