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Streptavidin-based macromolecular complex labeled with a europium chelator suitable for time-resolved fluorescence immunoassay applications.
Theoretical design of highly luminescent europium (III) complexes: a factorial study.
Mainly, it is shown that XR diffraction peaks of studied solids, with different percentages of europium, are described in a cell with a super space group I 2/a instead of C 2/c usually used in crystallographic data of the old LGP.
Wang, "Direct competitive fluoroimmunoassays for detection of imidaclothiz in environmental and agricultural samples using quantum dots and europium as labels," Science of The Total Environment, vol.
Europium was determined in M3, M4 and M6 samples as it was not detected in samples M1, M2 and M5.
CK-MM in the sample reacts with the immobilized mouse monoclonal antibodies and europium chelate-labeled mouse monoclonal antibodies, which recognize 2 separate antigenic sites on the molecular surface of CK-MM.
Additional, samples of titanium pyrophosphate before and after europium sorption were investigated by Atomic Force Microscopy (Cypher Asylum Research Microscope).
[19] studied the influence of silver nanoparticles on the luminescence properties of [Eu.sup.3+] in Te[O.sub.2]-ZnO glass systems and obtained increase of emission intensities of europium ions.
Xie, "Radiative transition probability of a europium (III) chelating polymer," Optoelectronics and Advanced Materials--Rapid Communications, vol.
After washing, a monoclonal anti-MBL antibody (131-1; Immunolex, Copenhagen, Denmark) labelled with europium using reagents from Wallac Oy (Turku, Finland) was added.
REEs are a set of 17 metals--including europium, scandium, yttrium, lanthanum and cerium--crucial for production of high-tech equipment used in health care, transportation, electronics and numerous other industries.
They include lead, platinum, and uranium, but in the case of Reticulum II it seems that gold and europium are king.