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Displacement analysis

Definition

(1) An adsoprtion method used to isolate and analyze biological substances of interest (e.g. hormones)

(2) Competitive binding assay


Supplement

1 In 1943, Arne Tiselius (a Swedish physical chemist) developed a technique that can determine the concentration as well as the isolation of the components in a mixture through washing and elution methods. The technique is referred to as displacement analysis.


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