3 edition of Methods in radioimmunoassay of peptide hormones found in the catalog.
Methods in radioimmunoassay of peptide hormones
Solomon A. Berson
by North-Holland Pub. Co., sole distributors for the U.S.A. and Canada, American Elsevier Pub. Co. in Amsterdam, New York
Written in English
|Statement||compiled by Rosalyn S. Yalow.|
|Contributions||Yalow, Rosalyn S. 1921-|
|LC Classifications||QP572.P4 B472 1976|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xvii, 232 p. :|
|Number of Pages||232|
|LC Control Number||76025818|
This multiauthored book describes the methodology used to quantiate several gut regulatory peptides. The test assumes some basic radioimmunoassay knowledge, as there is little general theory. Radioimmunoassay of arginine vasopressin in human plasma. J Clin Endocrinol Metab. Aug; 33 (2)– Edwards CR, Chard T, Kitau MJ, Forsling ML. The development of a radioimmunoassay and a plasma extraction method for vasopressin. J Endocrinol. Sep; 48 (1):xi–xii. Johnston CI. Radioimmunoassay for plasma antidiuretic hormone.
In Hormone Assays in Biological Fluids, expert researchers who have developed and applied significant new assays describe in step-by-step detail readily reproducible methods for measuring a broad variety of hormones, related peptides, and Format: Hardcover. Peptide Hormones / blood* Radioimmunoassay / methods* Specimen Handling Substances Biomarkers Ghrelin Peptide Hormones.
Peptide Hormones Definition. Peptide hormones are a class of proteins which are bound by receptor proteins and enable or disable a biological pathway. Hormones, in general, are biological molecules used in multicellular organisms to direct and coordinate development, growth, and reproduction. The word peptide refers to peptide bonds between amino acids.A peptide hormone, . Human C-peptide. Part I: Radioimmunoassay. Beischer W, Keller L, Maas M, Scherfer E, Pfeiffer EF. Synthetic human C-peptide bearing a Tyrosine group at its amino end is labelled with iodine using chloramin T or hydrogen peroxide and lactoperoxidase. The results are compared applying both methods.
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Methods of Hormone Radioimmunoassay, Second Edition is a compilation of radioimmunoassay techniques for the quantification of hormones. Various kinds of hormones are considered, namely: intracellular messengers; hypothalamic and pineal hormones; pituitary hormones; thyroid and parathyroid hormones; renal hormones; hormones of the gastrointestinal tract; pancreatic hormones; steroid hormones; uterine and placental hormones; vasoactive peptide hormones; and growth factors.
Methods of Hormone Radioimmunoassay, Second Edition is a compilation of radioimmunoassay techniques for the quantification of hormones.
Various kinds of hormones are considered, namely: intracellular messengers; hypothalamic and pineal hormones; pituitary Methods in radioimmunoassay of peptide hormones book thyroid and parathyroid hormones; renal hormones; hormones of the gastrointestinal tract; pancreatic hormones; steroid hormones; uterine and placental hormones; vasoactive peptide hormones; and growth Edition: 2.
ISBN: OCLC Number: Notes: Selections from Peptide hormones. "Reprinted from Methods in investigative and diagnostic endocrinology, volumes 2A and 2B.". Schopman W, Hackeng HL, Leguin RM () A radioimmunoassay for parathyroid hormone in man.
Development of a radioimmunoassay for bovine PTH. Acta Endocrinol. PubMed Google Scholar Service FJ, Horwitz DL, Rubenstein AH () C-peptide suppression test for : G. Nilsson. Part of the Methods in Molecular Biology™ book series (MIMB, volume 32) Abstract Radioimmunoassay is often described in terms of the competition between a radiolabeled antigen (Ag *) and its unlabeled counterpart (Ag) for binding to a limited amount of specific antibody (Ab) (1).Cited by: 6.
Techniques for the separation of bound and free antigen include the use of precipitants of globulin, solid-phaseadsor- bents which bind free radioactivity, and chromatographic and electrophoretic methods. Several approaches have been employed for the calculation of results obtained, with a growing trend to automatic data pro- cessing.
In selecting a method, it is advantageous to use one that will give some measure of immunoreactivity and extent of plasma or incubation damage of the labeled hormone. Plasma levels of many of the peptide hormones have been measured in ruminants by radioimmunoassay.
Part of the Methods in Molecular Biology™ book series (MIMB, volume 1) Abstract Radioimmunoassay is often described in terms of the competition between a radiolabeled antigen (Ag*) and its unlabeled counterpart (Ag) for binding to a limited amount of specific antibody (Ab) (1).
Radioimmunoassay requires a radioactively labeled hormone. A defined concentration of the radioactive hormone is incubated with a known quantity of antibody to which it binds, and then the free or unbound hormone is separated from that bound to the antibody by a suitable method (e.g., by dialysis or precipitation of the antibody by ammonium sulfate or by an antiantibody followed by filtration or centrifugation).
Advances in Metabolic Disorders, Volume Gastrointestinal Hormones covers the developments in the study of gastrointestinal (GI) hormones. The book discusses the cytochemical techniques in work with GI hormones; the general aspects and problems for the radioimmunoassays of GI hormones in the 80s; and the response of the GI hormone system to the pathological changes.
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Sign in to set up alerts. select article Contributors to volume select article  Peptide hormone receptors in. In book: Trends in Immunolabelled and Related Techniques, Chapter: 17, pp Radioactivity is used in radioimmunoassay (RIA) Much simpler and faster methods of peptide hormone. The purpose of this study was to compare two commercially available methods 1 for oxytocin measurement using enzyme immunoassay (EIA) or radioimmunoassay (RIA), to determine the stability of plasma oxytocin, to evaluate the need for sample extraction, and to.
The radioimmunoassay technique, first developed for the determination of hormones, has been applied to many substances of biologic interest by clinical and research laboratories around the world. It has had an enormous effect in medicine and biology as a diagnostic tool, a guide to therapy, and a probe for the fine structure of biologic systems.
Radioimmunoassay of Nonpituitary Peptide Hormones. Nilsson. Pages Radioimmunoassay of Gastrointestinal Polypeptides. Walsh, H. Wong. Pages Radioimmunoassay of Atrial Peptide Blood and Tissue Levels.
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Methods of hormone radioimmunoassay. New York: Academic Press,© (OCoLC) Online version: Jaffe, Bernard M., Methods of hormone radioimmunoassay. New York: Academic Press,© (OCoLC) Document Type: Book: All Authors / Contributors: Bernard M Jaffe; Harold R Behrman.
Measurement of Brain Peptides: Angiotensin and Atrial Natriuretic Peptide in Tissue and Cell Culture Regionally Specific Antisera to Human ß-Preprotachykinin Measurement of Neurokinin B by Radioimmunoassay Radioimmunoassay of Tachykinins Radioimmunoassay of α-Melanocyte-Stimulating Hormone Radioimmunoassay of Atrial.
An improved method for the purification of I-labelled PTH is presented. Following iodination of the hormone by the chloramine-T method, the reaction mixture is transferred directly to a × 9.
IN the past few years highly sensitive and specific radioimmunological methods have been developed for the determination of many polypeptide hormones1. Radioimmunoassays are usually based on the. : Methods of Hormone Radioimmunoassay (): Bernard M. Jaffe, Harold R.
Behrman: Books.Radioimmunoassay of Nonpituitary Peptide Hormones. Preview Buy Chap95 € Radioimmunoassay of Atrial Peptide Blood and Tissue Levels. Pages Michener, M. L. (et al.) Preview Buy Chap95 € Immunochemical Methods for Adrenal and Gonadal Steroids. Pages Pazzagli, M. (et al.) Preview Buy ChapIn book: Trends in Immunolabelled and Related Techniques, Chapter: Immunoassay – A Standard Method to Study the Concentration of Peptide Hormones in Reproductive Tissues in vitro, Editors.