Turbidimetric Immuno Assay


Turbidimetry immune assay is a type of immunoassay used to measure the concentration of a specific analyte in a sample. This method involves adding an antibody to the sample, which then binds to the analyte and forms a complex. The complex causes the sample to become turbid or cloudy, and the degree of turbidity is proportional to the concentration of the analyte. The turbidity is measured using a spectrophotometer, which determines the amount of light absorbed by the sample. Turbidimetry immune assay is widely used in clinical chemistry to measure the concentration of proteins and other biomolecules in biological fluids, such as blood, urine, and cerebrospinal fluid.