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Title: Detection of proteic binders in easel paintings using monoclonal antibodies
Authors: Salvador, C.
Branco, A.
Fialho, A.
Candeias, M.F.
Semedo, M.
Martins, S.
Candeias, A.
Caldeira, A.T.
Editors: Rogerio-Candelera
Keywords: proteic binders
easel paintings
Issue Date: 2014
Publisher: CRC Press/Balkema Taylor & Francis Group
Citation: C. Salvador, A. Branco, A. Fialho, M.F. Candeias, M. Semedo, S. Martins A. Candeias, A.T. Caldeira & A. Karmali (2014). Detection of proteic binders in easel paintings using monoclonal antibodies. PP 329-334. In Science, Technology and Cultural Heritage. Rogerio-Candelera (Ed), CRC Press/Balkema Taylor & Francis Group, London ISBN 9781138027442.
Abstract: The identification of biopolymers such as proteins, has been an important topic in heritage studies, namely in easel paintings. The immunological method Enzyme-Linked ImmunoSorbent Assay (ELISA) is very sensitive and specific, capable of resolving complex mixtures of proteins, offering unique advantages over other analytical approaches mainly based on chromatography (usually combined with mass spectrometric detection). Thus, in this study was intended to produce Mabs, by hybridoma technology, to detect protein binders from animal glues.
ISBN: 9781138027442
Type: bookPart
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