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Assay

Metal purity test to confirm that the metal meets the standards for trading on a commodities exchange (commodities exchange center).

Assay

To test precious metals for their purity. This is important to commodities and futures involving precious metals, in which the quality of the underlying metals must be specified in the contract.

assay

A test to determine the purity of gold, silver, or other precious metals. Metals used for delivery of futures contracts must be assayed to verify that they meet standards established by the exchange on which the contracts trade.
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PCR involves high cost of testing because it requires trained staff and specialized expertise.6 Many blood banks use rapid screening kits because they are rapid, cost effective and are user friendly, and do not require sophisticated equipment and elaborate training.7 Antigen that is mostly same as used in 3rd generation ELISA is also used in these tests.
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Chemist Diana Aga of the University at Buffalo, who has also used ELISA to detect antibiotics in environmental samples, concurs that cross-reactivity is its key limitation.
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An enzyme linked immunosorbent assay (ELISA) can identify heart and lung transplant recipients who are at risk for rejection, according to the results of 2 studies presented at the annual meeting of the International Society for Heart and Lung Transplantation in Washington, DC.
Durante los ultimos anos y debido a los cambios observados en el comportamiento del virus de la Enfermedad Infecciosa de la Bursa (VEIB) como la aparicion de cepas variantes, la empresa privada [4] ha desarrollado un kit de ELISA denominado ELISA de rango extendido para la deteccion de anticuerpos contra el VEIB.
The most common screening test is the enzyme-linked immunosorbent assay (ELISA), sometimes called enzyme immunoassay (EIA).