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Comparison of automated ACMIA and EMIT immunoassays for whole blood cyclosporin monitoring

, : Comparison of automated ACMIA and EMIT immunoassays for whole blood cyclosporin monitoring. Clinical Laboratory 49(3-4): 135-140

Evaluation of a new fully automated antibody conjugated magnetic immunoassay (ACMIA) for whole blood cyclosporin (CsA) monitoring. Evaluation of the analytical performance of the ACMIA method and comparison to the Enzyme Multiplied Immunoassay (EMIT) method. The analytical performance of the ACMIA and the EMIT methods was comparable. Without the need of a pretreatment step of the sample, the ACMIA method is faster than the EMIT method. The ACMIA method for CsA monitoring is a good alternative to the EMIT method.


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