The Immunoassay Handbook
Theory and applications of ligand binding, ELISA and related techniquesEdited by
- David Wild
Laboratory researchers and academics who use immunoassay as a tool including pathologists, clinical and veterinary chemists, biochemists, students and researchers in immunology, biochemistry and medicine.
Hardbound, 1036 Pages
Published: January 2013
"The beauty of this book is that it covers the whole field of immunoassay from reagents to method development, interferences and applicationsâ¦The fourth edition does not disappoint. It is an essential reference manual for staff using immunoassays and to students in the field of laboratory medicine and other science disciplines."-- Annals of Clinical Biochemistry,November 8, 2013 "The book starts out very basic with principles of immunoassays (âimmunoassays for beginnersâ) and builds progressively to discuss immunoassay components, configurations, development, implementation, product technology, applications other than clinical chemistry, and concludes with 23 chapters on clinical applications to human diseaseâ¦This is the single âgo-toâ book for any questions regarding immunoassays. If this is an area of interest for you, you must have this edition."-- Doody.com,November 8, 2013 "Editors Wild, John, Sheehan, Binder, and He present this handbook on the highly sensitive technique of immunoassayâ¦Equations, figures, and real-world examples are used to clarify mechanisms and analysis. The range of detail makes it appropriate as both a pedagogical resource and a reference for immunology labs."-- Reference & Research Book News,October 2013 "...it must be stated that there is much of value in the volume [2nd Ed.]. It is a useful and informative addition to any scientific library."--Robert F. Ritchie,Foundation for Blood Research, Scarborough, USA