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Figure 5.9. The single radial immunodiffusion test for antigen quantitation.
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antibody with antigen, and then determining the concentrations of free and bound reactants. Competition between a labeled analyte (a reagent) and an unlabeled (unknown) analyte allows quantitation. These types of assays are the subject of 6. SUGGESTED REFERENCES
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PROBLEMS 1. Two polyclonal antibody preparations have been prepared according to the method outlined in this chapter. The preparations were tested for antibody concentration by measuring their titer. Preparation A possesses a titer of 1:1024, while preparation B has a titer of 1:128. Which is the more concentrated preparation of antibodies 2. Explain why Scatchard plots for antigen binding are linear for monoclonal antibodies, and curved for polyclonal antibodies. 3. Which of the following combinations may be expected to yield precipitin near 1:1 antibody:antigen equivalence: (a) A univalent, multideterminate antigen (epitopes A, B, C, and D) and Anti-A, (b) A multivalent, unideterminate antigen (epitope A) and Anti-A, (c) A univalent, unideterminate antigen (epitope A) and Anti-A, and (d) A multivalent, multideterminate antigen (epitopes A, B, C, and D) and Anti-A. 4. An agglutination test for a bacterium was performed on serial dilutions of a freshwater sample. Using dilution factors of 1:1 to 1:512, the results showed the appearance of an agglutination zone and a zone of antibody excess, but no prozone was observed. Was the bacterium present Why was no prozone observed 5. In Figure 5.7, the double-diffusion method shows a precipitin line present as an arc nearer to the Ab well than to the Ag well, and curving toward the Ab well. These results are expected if the diffusion coef cient of Ag through the gel is much faster than that of Ab. What would be the appearance of the precipitin line if the Ab diffused much faster than the Ag (e.g., if Ag was a very high molecular weight species)
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6.1. INTRODUCTION Quantitative immunoassays constitute an enormous group of assay techniques designed for the selective quantitation of trace levels of low and high molecular weight species in complex biochemical media. In these immunoassay methods, the ligand (antigen or hapten) is almost always the analyte; while the qualitative identi cation of unknown antibodies is often of clinical importance, precise quantitative results are not normally required. In this chapter, the term ligand is used synonymously with hapten and antigen, because secondary binding reactions are not involved. Quantitative immunoassay methods exploit the primary binding of antibody and ligand, that is, the recognition and combination of antibody paratope with antigen epitope, with intrinsic af nity K. Secondary binding interactions do not generally occur, even with macromolecular antigens, because a large excess of either antibody or ligand is usually present. In practice, however, the possibility of secondary interactions should be considered during the development of new immunoassays. The classi cation of immunoassay methods is based on (a) whether they are homogeneous, with no separation step needed prior to measurement, or heterogeneous, where a separation step is required; (b) which species, antibody or antigen, is labeled; and (c) the type of label employed. The ideal label for immunoassay methods has the following properties. It is inexpensive, safe, and simple labeling procedures exist. It is covalently linked to the assay reagent at multiple sites, for high sensitivity. The labeled species is stable. Labeling has a minimal effect on the binding behavior, that is, the labeled and unlabeled reagents behave identically with respect to antibody antigen binding. The label is easily detected using inexpensive instrumentation that is readily automated. Finally, the label should have properties that enable the differentiation of the free and bound forms without requiring a separation step.
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