RE: immunodiluent

From:Penelope Marr <MarrP@sesahs.nsw.GOV.AU>

What do you mean that diluents are not miscible???  They are all aqueous
solutions of some sort - buffered, with a protein carrier, sodium azide and
some have a blocking agent.  The detection systems are all made in similar
solutions so how can any of these immiscible?


Penelope Marr
St George Hospital
Gray St
Kogarah  NSW  2218

> -----Original Message-----
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> Sent:	Tuesday, March 13, 2001 2:49 PM
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> Subject:	Re: immunodiluent
> Dear Aidan 
> Over a very long period of time I have found diluents that are not
> miscible , 
> so to speak with certain companies detections, however if you use their 
> diluent you get the expected result, so we use our 3 main suppliers of 
> antibodies diluents. 
>  Dana
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