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Research Leading to the Establishment of a Serum Neuroletpic Assay in Hawaii

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Title: Research Leading to the Establishment of a Serum Neuroletpic Assay in Hawaii
Authors: Morton, Bruce
Issue Date: 15 Jan 2014
Publisher: University of Hawaii at Manoa
Abstract: The research carried out in this laboratory was primarily based on a clinical observation that the therapeutic effect correlated well ldth the serum neuroleptic level, rather than the neuroleptic dosage administered. In this thesis I will described an inexpensive, but sensitive Radioreceptor Assay for measuring neuroleptic levels. The principles behind the assay are similar to the Radioimmuno Assay and involve a nonradioactive (cold) ligand competing for the same binding site, i.e. a dopamine receptor, with a radioactive (hot) ligand bound to the binding site. At a constant level of the hot ligand, the cold ligand displaces the hot in order of its concentrations.
Pages/Duration: vii, 78 pages
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