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  • S. S. Deshpande
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Abstract

Qualitative and quantitative analytical techniques are of tremendous importance in all fields and disciplines of life sciences for the detection, identification, and measurement of concentration of a wide variety of biologically important molecules. These analytical techniques can be classified into three general categories: biological techniques or “bioassays,” those based on physical and/or chemical methods, and those that depend on noncovalent binding of one reactant to another. Techniques that fall under the third category are also commonly referred to as “binding assays.” The salient features of these classes of analytical techniques are briefly described below.

Keywords

Yersinia Enterocolitica Product Development Process Maleic Hydrazide Thyroxine Binding Globulin Immunodiagnostic Test 
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  • S. S. Deshpande
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  1. 1.Idetek, Inc.USA

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