Published in Cancer Weekly, July 26th, 1999
G. Boxer and colleagues from the University College of London, England, explored unique applications for RILG ("Radioimmunoluminography: A Tool for Relating Tissue Antigen Concentration to Clinical Outcome," British Journal of Cancer, May 1999;80(5-6):922-926).
"Proteins control cell function and measurement of their concentration is crucial for understanding their roles in health and disease," wrote Boxer et al. "However, current methods for their detection in tissue sections are not quantitative. Radioimmunoluminography is a system for direct...
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