im·mu·no·as·say noun \ˌi-myə-nō-ˈa-ˌsā, i-ˌmyü-nō-, -a-ˈsā\
First Known Use of IMMUNOASSAY
im·mu·no·as·say noun \ˌim-yə-nō-ˈas-ˌā, im-ˌyü-nō-, -a-ˈsā\ (Medical Dictionary)
: a technique or test (as the enzyme-linked immunosorbent assay) used to detect the presence or quantity of a substance (as a protein) based on its capacity to act as an antigen or antibody
—immunoassay transitive verb
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