Use of pipette in immunoassay of parasite disease

Use of pipette in immunoassay of parasite disease

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Caption: Research scientist using a multichannel pipette to apply labelled antibodies to a multiplate immunoassay as part of an immunodiagnostic test for a parasitic disease. The research is being done in the Molecular Biology Laboratory, Department of Pure & Applied Biology, Imperial College. Studies are being carried out on parasitic organisms causing major diseases, such as malaria (Plasmodium), toxocariasis (Toxocara) & brucellosis (Brucella). The work centres on immunological research & the development of effective vaccines.

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Keywords: antibody storage, biological, biology, immunoassay, immunodiagnostics, lab, laboratory, male, man, parasit'gy, parasite, parasites, parasitology, research, researcher, science, scientific, scientist, serum bank

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