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INTRODUCTION TO:

INTRODUCTION TO ELISA

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ENZYME LINKED IMMUNOSORBENT ASSAY

INTRODUCTION TO ELISA :

INTRODUCTION TO ELISA ELISA, or enzyme-linked immunosorbent assay, are quantitative immunological procedures in which the Ag- Ab reaction is monitored by enzyme measurements. The term ELISA was first used by Engvall & Perlma in 1971. The ELISA test, or the enzyme immunoassay (EIA), was the first screening test commonly employed for HIV. It has a high sensitivity.

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E nzyme L inked I mmuno s orbant A ssay

ELISA is the abbreviation of ENZYME-LINKED IMMUNOSORBENT ASSAY It is useful & powerful method in estimating ng/mL to pg/mL ordered materials in the solution .:

ELISA is the abbreviation of ENZYME-LINKED IMMUNOSORBENT ASSAY It is useful & powerful method in estimating ng / mL to pg/ mL ordered materials in the solution .

Why known as ......? Enzyme Linked Immunosorbent Assay:

Why known as ......? E nzyme L inked I mmuno s orbent A ssay 1. Antigen of interest is absorbed on to plastic surface (‘ sorbent ’). 2. Antigen is recognised by specific antibody (‘ immuno ’). 3. This antibody is recognised by second antibody (‘ immuno ’) which has enzyme attached (‘ enzyme-linked ’). 4. Substrate reacts with enzyme to produce product, usually coloured.

BASIC PRINCIPLE OF ELISA:

BASIC PRINCIPLE OF ELISA Use an enzyme to detect the binding of antigen (Ag) antibody ( Ab ). The enzyme converts a colorless substrate ( chromogen ) to a colored product, indicating the presence of Ag : Ab binding. An ELISA can be used to detect either the presence of Antigens or antibodies in a sample depending how the test is designed. ELISA was dveloped in 1970 and became rapidly accepted

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Substrate Primary antibody Enzyme Secondary antibody Different antigens in sample Coloured product

ELISA Qualitative/Quantitative:

ELISA Qualitative/Quantitative Qualitative determines antigen or antibody is present or absent Quantitative determines the quantity of the antibody Titer The highest dilution of the specimen usually serum which gives a positive reaction in the test

Basic Steps Of Enzyme-Linked Immunosorbant Assay:

Basic Steps Of E nzyme- L inked I mmuno s orbant A ssay

ANTIGEN (Ag):

ANTIGEN (Ag) Any molecule that induces production of antibodies when introduced in the body of an animal is called antigen. OR any “thing”, foreign to the immune system. e.g. bacteria, viruses, (or their parts), pollen, etc. Protein molecule Carbohydrate molecule. Microorganisms Allergens. Viruses Etc. SYMBOL FOR ANTIGEN

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ANTIBODY ( Ab ) Antibody: proteins produced by the immune system which help defend against antigens SYMBOL FOR ANTIBODY Y

Antibodies (Immunoglobulins):

Antibodies ( Immunoglobulins )

Materials Needed:

Materials Needed Testing sample Antibody (1 st , 2 nd ) / Antigen Polystyrene microtiter plate Blocking buffer Washing buffer Substrate Enzyme

Specimen Sample For ELISA:

Specimen Sample For ELISA SERUM CSF SPUTUM URINE SEMEN SUPERNATANT OF CULUTRE STOOL

Workstation Inventory:

Workstation Inventory Lab Equipment and Supplies : Micro plate strips, pipettes, pipette tips, transfer pipette, wash buffer, paper towels, marking pen

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Equipment for performing the ELISA test Pipettes Incubator ELISA reader

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ELISA READER THERMOLAB SYSTEM (USA)

PRINCIPLE OF INSTRUMENT:

PRINCIPLE OF INSTRUMENT

TYPES OF ELISA:

TYPES OF ELISA Solid phase immunoassay Enzyme Label Competitive assay Non-competitive assay

Competitive Elisa:

Competitive Elisa Used to determine small molecule antigens.(T3,T4,progesterone etc.) antibody coated microwell serum antigen and labelled antigen added together--competition. antibody-antigen-enzyme complex bound is inversely related to the concentration of antigen present in the sample . The bound enzyme conjugate reacts with the chromogenic substrate added to produce a color reaction (blue to yellow color). . Increased serum antigen results in reduced binding of the antigen-enzyme conjugate with the capture antibody producing less enzyme activity and color (yellow) formation Substrate product concentration is inversely proportional to the concentration of standard or test antigen added

DIAGRAMMATIC:

DIAGRAMMATIC

Noncompetitive:

Noncompetitive Sandwich Assay Direct Assay Antigen capture ELISA Antigen adsorbed directly detected by labeled enzyme Antibody capture ELISA Antibody adsorbed directly by labeled enzyme. Indirect Assay Antigen directly adsorbed onto the solid phase is first incubated with patient serum, and then with a labeled antibody specific for human immunoglobulin. Detection of infectious agents(HIV,HBV,HCV) and auto antibodies In Indirect ELISA color change is directly proportional to the concentration of specific antibodies in specimen

Sandwich Assay:

Sandwich Assay Antigens such as tumor markers, hormones and serum proteins may be determined Antigen in the sample binds with the capture antibody on the microwell and becomes immobilized . The antibody of the enzyme conjugate binds with the immobilized antigen to form a sandwich of antibody-antigen-antibody/enzyme bound to the microwell . Enzyme reaction product is directly proportional to concentration of standard or analytical antigen

Diagrammatic:

Diagrammatic

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Comparison between Indirect Sandwich & Competitive ELISA to detect Ab (HIV, HCV) to detect Ag ( Tumor Markers, Hormones ) to detect Ag ( Free Testosterone)

Results:

Results

Importance of incubation step:-:

Importance of incubation step:- During the test performance incubation time and mentioned temperature is must required For the proper binding between antigen and antibody and also binding with conjugate and color development of substrate. Importance of Washing :- For the removal of any unbound Antibody/Antigen proper washing and taping is required other wise we get the incorrect result. So incubation & washing is much important for good results.

Enzymes Used in Elisa:

Enzymes Used in Elisa Horseradish peroxidase (most commonly used) Alkaline Phosphatase β - galactosidase Lactoperoxidase Tetra Methyl benzidine In case of peroxidase , the substrate hydrogen peroxide is converted into water and o2 in the presence of electron donors . (like diaminobenzidine or 4-chloronaphthol which themselves oxidized in the reaction). Oxidation of diaminobenzidine produces dark brown color while that of 4-chlorornaphthol yields purple color which is the basis of ELISA

ENZYME SUBSTRATE:

ENZYME SUBSTRATE Initially the substrate should be colorless After degradation by the enzyme it should be strongly colored or fluorescent. ENZYME SUBSTRATE CHROMOGEN STOPPING Alkaline Phosphatase p-NPP p-NPP+ diethandamine+MgCl2 1 M NaOH Horse radish Peroxidase H2O2 Tetramethylbenzidine + Phosphate – Citrate buffer 1 M H2SO4 Horse radish Peroxidase H2O2 O – Phenylenediamine + HCl 1 M HCl

ELISA KIT FOR DETERMINATION OF IgA, IgG or IgM anti-Mycobacteria antibodies in human serum:

ELISA KIT FOR DETERMINATION OF IgA, IgG or IgM anti- Mycobacteria antibodies in human serum ANDA-TB DETECTION OF MYCOBACTERIA In vitro diagnostic test for the determination of IgA, IgG and IgM antibodies against mycobacteria in human liquid (serum, CSF, pleural fluid, sputum, saliva, etc...)

Components of Kit:

Components of Kit Pre-Coated, Stabilized 96-well Microtiter Plate. Sample Diluent Standards and controls Conjugated Detection Antibody 10X Wash Solution Substrate Stop Solution

What Are The Reagents? And What Function Do They Perform?:

What Are The Reagents? And What Function Do They Perform? Antigen: Elisa plate coated with the A60 antigen-antibodies complexes. Primary antibody: Human Serum IgG, IgA, & IgM Secondary antibody: Peroxidase-labelled anti-human IgA, IgG, or IgM antibodies that bind to the antibobdy complexes . Enzyme substrate: 3,3’,5,5’ – tetramethylbenzidine (TMB) – a colorless solution that when oxidized by HRP turns blue. Stop Solution : Sulphuric Acid 0.5N (H 2 So 4 )

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Elisa Plate Microtitre wells Generally 96 wells Marked on one side alphabetically Numerically on the other side Comes with the kit

Complete forms and specimen identification:

Complete forms and specimen identification Fill in the information on tube (identifying information, date of collection, and other information as required). Fill in the laboratory form that will accompany specimens . For TB Gold used heparin Tube FFFI

Collection and processing of serum:

Collection and processing of serum Collect blood in a tube that does not contain any chemicals or anticoagulants. Collect 5mL of whole blood (for very small children collect 1mL). Place tube upright for 30-60 minutes then when firm clot has formed, centrifuge tube for 20 minutes at 2500rpm. Remove serum with a pipette and place in a plastic storage tube (2-3mL microtube or cryovial ). If 5mL of blood was collected it will result in about 2mL of serum.

TEST PERFORMANCE:

 Using a clean Pipette , add 100 µL of diluted serum sample (Dilute the sera to be tested 1:100 in the sample diluents) to each well .  Incubate 1 hour at 37°C . TEST PERFORMANCE

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 After incubation empty out contents of wells into waste container .  Using pipette, fill wells with washing buffer then empty out.  Tap wells upside down on paper towel .  Wash the wells 5 times. At the end of the washing process, the wells must be entirely dry after the last wash.

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 Distribute 100µL of anti-human immunoglobulin-POD conjugate in each well. Incubate 30 minutes at 37°C.

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Measures the absorbance at 450nm With the help of ELISA READER. Calculate the absorbance for each sample and reference. We used Ascent Software for Calculation of the result ELISA PLATE READY FOR READING

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ELISA READER THERMOLAB SYSTEM (USA)

RESULT DETERMINATION:- A) IgA and IgG Tests:- Plot the O.D. result of each reference , except for the negative reference on the vertical axis (Y-axis) in relation to the number of corresponding units on the horizontal axis (X-axis). Using the absorbance value for each sample , determine the corresponding concentration of antibodies expressed in units/ml from the reference curve. B) IgM Tests :- We can calculate the cut off value A450nm sample / A450nm Positive limit reference the normalized value of the positive reference is 1 . All samples whose value is comprised between 0.8 and 1.0 are considered dubious and all samples whose normalized value is above 1.0 are considered positive for IgM antibodies.:

RESULT DETERMINATION:- A) IgA and IgG Tests:- Plot the O.D. result of each reference , except for the negative reference on the vertical axis (Y-axis) in relation to the number of corresponding units on the horizontal axis (X-axis). Using the absorbance value for each sample , determine the corresponding concentration of antibodies expressed in units/ml from the reference curve . B) IgM Tests :- We can calculate the cut off value A450nm sample / A450nm Positive limit reference the normalized value of the positive reference is 1 . All samples whose value is comprised between 0.8 and 1.0 are considered dubious and all samples whose normalized value is above 1.0 are considered positive for IgM antibodies.

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Cut-off : provided in the kits by the manufacturer. The cut-off value defines a range in which 90% of the normal population is negative below the cut-off value and 10% of the normal population is positive above the cut-off value . ELISA is semiquantitative method. The calculation is done as follows. The units of ELISA is OD ratio: Sample value= sample OD/cut-off OD What is Cut-off Value ………?

RANGE OF IgM IgG & IgA:

RANGE OF IgM IgG & IgA IgM - < 0.8 Negative , 1.0 Borderline, > 1.0 Positive IgG - < 125 Negative 125-225 Borderline, > 225 Positive IgA - < 200 Negative, 201 – 300 Borderline – Negative, 301 – 350 Borderline – positive, > 350 Positive

Advantages of ELISA:

Advantages of ELISA Reagents are relatively cheap & have a long shelf life ELISA is highly specific and sensitive No radiation hazards occur during labelling or disposal of waste. Easy to perform and quick procedures Equipment can be inexpensive and widely available. ELISA can be used to a variety of infections.

Disadvantages of ELISA:

Disadvantages of ELISA Measurement of enzyme activity can be more complex than measurement of activity of some type of radioisotopes. Enzyme activity may be affected by plasma constituents. Kits are commercially available, but not cheap Very specific to a particular antigen. Won’t recognize any other antigen False positives/negatives possible, especially with mutated/altered antigen

Limitations:

Limitations Results may not be absolute Antibody must be available Concentration may be unclear False positive possible False negative possible

APPLICATIONS OF ELISA:

APPLICATIONS OF ELISA 1- Hormones 7- Vaccine Quality Control 2- Proteins 8- FOR GMO (Genetically modified organism) 3- Infectious Agent ( Viral, Bacterial, Parasitic, Fungal ) 9- For Rapid Test 4- Drug Markers 10- IgG, IgM, IgA 5- Tumor Markers 11- In New Born Screening 6- Serum Proteins 12- In Clinical Research

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Sensitivity of various immunoassays

A New technique:- Reverse ELISA:

A New technique:- Reverse ELISA A new technique uses a solid phase made up of an immunosorbent polystyrene rod with 4-12 protruding ogives . The entire device is immersed in a test tube containing the collected sample and the following steps ( washing,incubation in conjugate and incubation in chromogenous ) are carried out by dipping the ogives in microwells of standard microplates pre-filled with reagents. Advantage of this technique: 1- The ogives can each be sensitized to a different reagent, allowing the simultaneous detection of different antibodies and different antigens for multi-target assays. 2- The sample volume can be increased to improve the test sensitivity in clinical, food and environmental samples. 3- One ogive is left unsensitized to measure the non-specific reactions of the sample. 4- The use of laboratory supplies for dispensing sample aliquots, washing solution and reagents in microwells is not required, facilitating ready-to-use lab kits and on-site kits.

SPECIAL THANKS FOR VALUABLE GUIDANCE:

SPECIAL THANKS FOR VALUABLE GUIDANCE Dr. Bhawna Jain

Questions & Answers:

Questions & Answers THANK YOU FOR YOUR TIME