[ US /əˈɫisə, əˈɫizə/ ]
  1. an assay that relies on an enzymatic conversion reaction and is used to detect the presence of specific substances (such as enzymes or viruses or antibodies or bacteria)
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How To Use ELISA In A Sentence

  • Elisabeth found herself with a straggle of colonists in a mosquito-ridden, uncleared jungle where sandflies bored into the skin of the feet and the clay soil was so intractable that nothing would grow.
  • A new ELISA method was developed to detect Growth Hormone Releasing Factor ( GRF ) in this study.
  • Tea parties were Irene's favorite activity, and Elisa loved to pretend she was a high society debutante (which she would be in a matter of years but the girl was impatient).
  • Hemingway, who had become a journalist before the war, married Elisabeth Hadley, and went to report on the war in Greece and Turkey.
  • On July 11, 1961, the Independent State of Katanga celebrated the first anniversary of its independence by opening an 'International Trade Fair' at Elisabethville. The End of White Rule?
  • I agree," jumps in Elisabeth Hasselbeck the show's token right-wing blonde who, has been looking for an opportunity to get a word in edgewise and who, like Sherri, is still operating on the mistaken believe they are conducting an actual interview. Stephen Colbert walks out on 'The View'
  • The screening test is called an ELISA enzyme-linked immunosorbent assay. THE LUPUS HANDBOOK FOR WOMEN
  • The Immunology Lab offers both IgG and IgM anticardiolipin antibodies (ELISA) and IgG and IgMbeta-2 glycoprotein antibodies (ELISA). Immunology Lab
  • Apart from the potatoes and in this case the Cavolo Nero, all the other vegetables will be roasted in the oven first, to soften and develop a little caramelisation. Archive 2006-08-01
  • The pears had been barely cooked and they perched on a puff pastry tarte with no caramelisation in sight.
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