# Thread: biology question

1. ## biology question

biology question:
who can explain me : how to detect a disease using monoclonal antibodies.
pls, its urgent!

2. So mono = 1;
di = 2;
anti means = multiply to -1
We get
$\displaystyle 2*sease = - clonal^2* \int bodie ds.$

3. Originally Posted by Skalkaz
So mono = 1;
di = 2;
anti means = multiply to -1
We get
$\displaystyle 2*sease = - clonal^2* \int bodie ds.$
Obviously you are a great mathematician !

4. Originally Posted by Skalkaz
So mono = 1;
di = 2;
anti means = multiply to -1
We get
$\displaystyle 2*sease = - clonal^2* \int bodie ds.$
How does that contribute to answering his/her question?

@Blertta: Have you tried google?
using monoclonal antibodies to detect disease - Google Search

Two good results I found were:
Use of monoclonal antibodies to detect disease associated HLA-DRB1 alleles and the shared epitope in rheumatoid arthritis
SpringerLink - Journal Article

5. Originally Posted by Chop Suey
I tried all of these addresses but I didn't find what I exactly was looking for.
anyway, thank you very much!

6. Originally Posted by Chop Suey
These sorts of replies are to be expected when a question like this is asked in the Urgent Forum. The moral of the story is:

Regardless of urgency, questions that have no mathematical substance to them should be asked in Forums such as Miscellaneous - the M in MHF stands for Mathematics. Furthermore, it's reasonable to ask that the thread title reflect the fact that it's a non-mathematics question.

I have re-titled the thread and moved it to a more appropriate subforum.