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Immunoassay Interference by Endogenous Antibodies, 1st Edition

This guideline discusses the nature and causes of interfering antibodies, as well as their effects on immunoassays and mechanisms by which interference occurs. Methods to identify and characterize the interferences are addressed along with assessment of methods used to eliminate interference.

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Chairholder: Joan H. Howanitz, MD

Date of Publication: February 25, 2008

Order Code PDF: CLSI ILA30AE
ISBN Number: 1-56238-658-1

Order Code Print: print not available

Edition: First

Pages: 44

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The U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) has evaluated and recognized this approved-level consensus standard for use in satisfying a regulatory requirement.

This archived document is no longer being reviewed through the CLSI Consensus Document Development Process. However, this document is technically valid as of September 2016. Because of its value to the laboratory community, it is being retained in CLSI’s library.