The Clinical Marker HCG

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Praeger, Jan 1, 1987 - Health & Fitness - 271 pages
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Written by a single author and authority in the field, The Clinical Marker hCG addresses several sensitive areas of clinical tests for the marker hCG: interpretation of results, different reference standards, application to pregnancy testing, early detection of hCG, differential of diagnosis of ectopic pregnancy, diagnostic potential in conjunction with ultrasound, use as a tumor marker, immunocytochemical applications, low-level hCG analysis, discordant results, and significance of subunits and their measurement. The evolution of hCG tests is thoroughly reviewed, with a clear description of the new generation immunoenzymetric tests and their advantages.

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Contents

Introduction
1
Singleletter amino acid code
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Bioassays for hCG
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ROBERT O. HUSSA, Ph.D is Research Director, Department of Gynecology-Obstetrics, at the Medical College of Wisconsin.

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