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Libing Wang, Chuanlai Xu.

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Author: Wang, Libing
Other Names: Xu, Chuanlai,
Vernacular: Machine generated contents note: ch. 1 Introduction -- 1.1. History of immunology and immunological techniques -- 1.1.1. The empirical period of immunology -- 1.1.2. The period of classical immunology -- 1.1.3. The period of early modern immunology -- 1.1.4. The period of modern immunology -- 1.2. The extensive application of immunological techniques -- 1.2.1. Immunology and medicine -- 1.2.2. Immunology and biology -- 1.2.3. Immunology and the development of biotechnology -- 1.3. Present situation and prospects of immunology -- 1.3.1. The in-depth development of immunology at molecule level -- 1.3.2. The interaction of immune system and neuroendocrine system -- 1.3.3. The infiltration of immunology into biology, basic medicine, clinical medicine and preventive medicine -- 1.3.4. The applied research of immunology promoted the development of biotechnology -- References -- ch. 2 The Basic Principles of Antigen-antibody Reaction -- 2.1. The general principles of antigen-antibody binding -- 2.1.1. Antigen -- 2.1.2. Antibody -- 2.1.3. The general principles of antigen-antibody binding -- 2.1.4. The characteristics of antigen-antibody reaction -- 2.2. The factors affecting Ag-Ab binding -- 2.2.1. Antibody -- 2.2.2. Antigen -- 2.2.3. Electrolytes -- 2.2.4. pH -- 2.2.5. Temperature -- 2.3. The main application of Ag-Ab binding reaction -- 2.3.1. The detection of complement -- 2.3.2. The detection of immune globulin -- 2.3.3. The detection of immune complexes -- 2.3.4. The detection of cytokines -- References -- ch. 3 Fabrication and Purification of Antibodies -- 3.1. Polyclonal antibodies -- 3.1.1. Preparation principle -- 3.1.2. The choice of species -- 3.1.3. Processing the antigen -- 3.1.4. Immunization of animals -- 3.2. Monoclonal antibodies -- 3.2.1. Principle -- 3.2.2. The choice of animal and immunization -- 3.2.3. Cell fusion -- 3.2.4. Screening of hybridoma cell and detecting antibody -- 3.2.5. Subcloning of hybridoma cell -- 3.2.6. Hybridoma cell freezing and thawing -- 3.2.7. Mass production of monoclonal antibody -- 3.2.8. Identification of monoclonal antibody -- 3.3. Purification of antibody -- 3.3.1. Principle -- 3.3.2. Purification methods -- References -- ch. 4 Antibody Engineering -- 4.1. Cell engineering antibody -- 4.1.1. Animal immunizing -- 4.1.2. Cell fusion -- 4.1.3. Screening of hybridoma cell -- 4.2. Genetic engineering antibody -- 4.2.1. Chimeric antibody -- 4.2.2. Humanized antibody -- 4.2.3. Fully humanized antibody -- 4.2.4. Small molecule antibodies and antibody fusion protein -- 4.2.5. Bispecific diabody -- 4.3. Antibody library technology -- 4.3.1. Application of antibody library -- 4.3.2. Phage display human antibody library -- 4.3.3. The construction of phage display human antibody -- 4.4. Applications of antibody -- References -- ch. 5 Labelled Immunoassay Technique -- 5.1. Radioimmunoassay -- 5.1.1. Technical evolvement -- 5.1.2. Principle -- 5.1.3. Basic reagents and technical methods -- 5.2. Enzyme immune techniques -- 5.2.1. Summary -- 5.2.2. Preparation of enzyme-labelled antibody -- 5.2.3. Amplification of enzyme immunoassay -- 5.2.4. Application and development trend of enzyme immunoassay -- 5.3. Fluoroimmunoassay -- 5.3.1. Brief review -- 5.3.2. Labelling method -- 5.4. Chemiluminescence immunoassay -- 5.4.1. Principle -- 5.4.2. Classification of CLIA method -- 5.4.3. Applications and prospects -- References -- ch. 6 Time-Resolved Fluorescence Immunoassay -- 6.1. Principles -- 6.1.1. Homogeneous fluorescence analysis -- 6.1.2. Time-resolved fluorescence and rare earth element -- 6.1.3. Adjustment of fluorescence resonance energy transfer(FRET) -- 6.2. Applications -- 6.2.1. Application in immunology -- 6.2.2. Applications in microbiology -- 6.2.3. Applications in molecular biology -- 6.2.4. Applications in hormone detection -- 6.2.5. Other applications -- 6.3. Multi-labelled time-resolved fluorescence immunoassay -- 6.3.1. Principle -- 6.3.2. Application -- 6.4. Enzyme-amplified time-resolved fluoroimmunoassay -- 6.4.1. Principles -- 6.4.2. Application -- References -- ch. 7 Molecular Immunology and Immunogenetics -- 7.1. DNA isolation and purification -- 7.1.1. Introduction -- 7.1.2. Several common methods for enrichment and purification of DNA -- 7.2. Nucleic acid probe technology -- 7.2.1. Overview -- 7.3. Nucleic acid molecular hybridization -- 7.3.1. Principles and types -- 7.3.2. Application -- 7.4. Construction and screening of cDNA library -- 7.4.1. cDNA library and construction -- 7.4.2. cDNA library screening -- 7.5. HLA gene matching and typing technology -- 7.5.1. HLA gene matching -- 7.5.2. Matching methods for HLA-II genes -- References -- ch. 8 Immunoblotting Technique -- 8.1. Introduction -- 8.1.1. SDS-PAGE -- 8.1.2. Transfer -- 8.1.3. Enzyme immunoassay -- 8.1.4. Notices of Western blot -- 8.2. Molecular imprinting technique (MIT) -- 8.2.1. Overview of molecular imprinting -- 8.2.2. Methyl testosterone and molecular imprinting technique -- 8.2.3. The problem and outlook of molecularly imprinting technique -- 8.3. Applications of immunobloting test -- References -- ch. 9 Immunoelectron Microscopy -- 9.1. Overview -- 9.1.1. Tissue fixation and sampling -- 9.1.2. Immune staining -- 9.1.3. Embedding -- 9.2. Ferritin immune technology -- 9.2.1. Basic principles -- 9.2.2. Extraction and purification of ferritin -- 9.2.3. Combination of ferritin and immunoglobulin -- 9.2.4. Preparation of electron microscope specimens -- 9.3. Other immunoelectron microscopy -- 9.3.1. Colloidal gold labelled method for immunoelectron microscopy -- 9.3.2. Scanning immunoelectron microscopy -- 9.3.3. Freeze-etching immunoelectron microscopy -- 9.4. Situ hybridization for electron microscopy -- 9.4.1. Application of isotope-labelled cRNA probe with situ hybridization electron microscope in chromosome -- 9.4.2. Application of biotin-labelled DNA probe with situ hybridization electron microscopy -- 9.4.3. Application of digoxin-labelled rRNA probe in situ hybridization electron microscope -- References -- ch. 10 Pesticide Immunoassay -- 10.1. Organophosphorus pesticides -- 10.1.1. Overview -- 10.1.2. Immunoassay of organophosphorus pesticide -- 10.2. Immunoassy for organochlorine pesticides -- 10.2.1. Overview -- 10.2.2. Analysis method -- 10.3. Carbamates -- 10.3.1. Overview -- 10.3.2. Immunoassay for carbamates -- 10.4. Pyrethroid insecticides -- 10.4.1. Overview -- 10.4.2. Immunoassay for pyrethroids -- 10.5. Herbicides pesticides -- 10.5.1. Overview -- 10.5.2. Immunoassay for herbicides -- 10.6. Other pesticides -- 10.6.1. Triazole pesticides -- 10.6.2. Benzimidazole pesticides -- 10.6.3. Immunoassay -- 10.7. Immunoassay based on class specific antibody -- References -- ch. 11 Immunoassay for Veterinary Drugs -- 11.1. Aminoglycoside antibiotics -- 11.1.1. Introduction -- 11.1.2. Immunoassay -- 11.2. Macrolide antibiotics -- 11.2.1. Introduction -- 11.2.2. Immunoassay of MALs -- 11.3. Chloramphenicols drugs -- 11.3.1. Introduction -- 11.3.2. Immunoassay -- 11.4. β-lactam antibiotics -- 11.4.1. Introduction -- 11.4.2. Analytical method -- 11.5. Nitrofuran drugs -- 11.5.1. Introduction -- 11.5.2. Immunoassay for nitrofurans -- 11.6. Quinolones -- 11.6.1. Introduction -- 11.6.2. Immunoassay for QNs -- 11.7. Sulfonanlides -- 11.7.1. Introduction -- 11.7.2. Immunoassay for SAs -- 11.8. Tetracyclines -- 11.8.1. Introduction -- 11.8.2. Immunoassay for TCs -- 11.9. Anthelmintic (worm) agents -- 11.9.1. Introduction -- 11.9.2. Immunoassay for anthelmintics -- 11.10. Anticoccidial drugs -- 11.10.1. Introduction -- 11.10.2. Immunoassay for anticoccidial drugs -- 11.11. Anabolic hormones -- 11.11.1. Introduction -- 11.11.2. Immunoassay for ASs -- 11.12. β-Agonist -- 11.12.1. Introduction -- 11.12.2. Immunoassay for β-agonist -- 11.13. Other drugs -- 11.13.1. Benzodiazepines -- 11.13.2. Retention analysis for polyettler antibiotics -- 11.13.3. Immunoassay for olaquindox and its metabolites -- 11.14. Multi-residal immunoassay for veterinary drugs -- References -- ch. 12 Biological Toxin Immunoassay -- 12.1. Animal toxins -- 12.1.1. Overview -- 12.1.2. Immunoassy of biological toxins -- 12.2. Fungi and mycotoxins -- 12.2.1. Overview -- 12.2.2. Analytical methods -- 12.3. Bacteria and bacterial toxins -- 12.3.1. Overview -- 12.3.2. Immunoassay for bacterial toxins -- 12.4. Plant toxins -- 12.4.1. Introduction -- 12.4.2. Immunoassay for plant toxins -- 12.5. Algae and phycotoxins -- 12.5.1. Overview -- 12.5.2. Immunoassay -- References -- ch. 13 Immunoassay for Other Residues -- 13.1. Dioxins -- 13.1.1. Introduction -- 13.1.2. Immunoassay for doxins -- 13.2. Polybrominated biphenyl -- 13.2.1. Introduction -- 13.2.2. Immunoassay for PBDEs -- 13.3. Sudan red and para red -- 13.3.1. Introduction -- 13.3.2. Immunoassay for Sudan red -- 13.4. Malachite green -- 13.4.1. Introduction -- 13.4.2. Immunoassay for MG -- 13.5. Melamine -- 13.5.1. Introduction -- 13.5.2. Immunoassay of MEL -- 13.6. Phthalate (ester of phthalic acid) -- 13.6.1. Introduction -- 13.6.2. Immunoassay for PAE -- 13.7. Bisphenol A -- 13.7.1. Introduction -- 13.7.2. Immunoassay for BPA -- 13.8. Heavy metal contamination -- 13.8.1. Introduction
Published: Beijing : Science Press, [2013]
Topics: Immunochemistry. | Food - Analysis. | Food Analysis. | Immunochemistry. | Food Contamination. | Food Analysis. | Food Contamination. | Food - Analysis. | Immunochemistry.
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