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Carrier-bound synthetic peptides. Use as antigen in HIV-1 ELISA tests and in antiserum production

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urn:nbn:de:bvb:355-epub-204919
Modrow, Susanne ; Höflacher, B. ; Mertz, R. ; Wolf, Hans J.
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Abstract

Chemically synthesize carrier-bound peptides have been used as antigens in diagnostic test systems (ELISA) and for raising antipeptide-specific antisera. The method does not require prior cleavage of the peptides from the support used for the solid-phase synthesis. Using the same resin for both the synthesis and the subsequent applications it was possible to avoid expensive and time-consuming ...

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