By John N. Abelson, Melvin I. Simon, Meir Wilchek, Edward A. Bayer
The avidin-biotin advanced has been used for isolation (affinity chromatography), localization (affinity cytochemistry, phone cytometry, and blotting technology), and diagnostics (immunoassay, histopathology, and gene probes). lately, utilization of the approach has been prolonged to incorporate different parts. This quantity covers those new purposes and methodologies together with hybridoma expertise, bioaffinity sensors, affinity concentrating on, and drug supply, in addition to cross-linking, immobilization, and fusogenic experiences
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