Voprosy meditsinskoi khimii (ISSN 0042-8809)

Immunoenzyme, turbidimetric and affinity chromatographic methods of determining the fibronectin level in human plasma (comparability of results and effect of conditions and duration of blood storage)

   
Gamzatova P.A., Korshunova T.Yu., Klemiashov G.P., Ovcharuk I.N., Fedorov N.A.
PubMed Id: 3041669
Year: 1988 vol: 34  issue:2  pages: 123-125
Abstract: Immunoenzymatic, turbidimetric and affinity chromatography methods used for estimation of fibronectin concentration exhibited the similar results but the turbidimetric procedure was more simple and less time-consuming. Concentration of fibronectin was not decreased in blood maintained in polymer container "Gemacon 500" within 48 hrs both at 4 degrees and 20 degrees, while about 40 = 50% of fibronectin was lost after storage of blood in glass flasks under similar conditions.
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Reference: Gamzatova P.A., Korshunova T.Yu., Klemiashov G.P., Ovcharuk I.N., Fedorov N.A., Immunoenzyme, turbidimetric and affinity chromatographic methods of determining the fibronectin level in human plasma (comparability of results and effect of conditions and duration of blood storage), Voprosy meditsinskoi khimii, 1988, vol: 34(2), 123-125.
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