Role of Non-specific Protein in the Sensitization of Red Blood Cells by Antigen

BOTH the bis-diazotized benzidine (BDB)1 and tanned cell haemagglutination2 techniques are considered to be among the most sensitive methods for the detection of antibody3,4. However, whether or not both these haemagglutination techniques (BDB and tanned cells) are equally sensitive with respect to any particular antigen–antibody system and therefore can be… CONTINUE READING