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ELISA: ELISA, or 'enzyme-linked immunosorbent assay', is a laboratory technique used to identify and quantitate specific antigens and antibodies in a biological sample, usually blood serum. ELISA is used to diagnose many different kinds of diseases due to autoimmunity or infectious microorganisms.
Other names for ELISA include:
ELISA: enzyme-linked immunosorbent assay.
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