Immunochemistry is a part of chemistry that includes the study of the molecular mechanisms underlying the function of the immune system, especially the nature of antibodies, antigens and their interactions. Virology and molecular evolution are the methods in immunochemistry which have been developed and refined, and been utilized in scientific study. Immunochemistry is also studied from the aspect of using antibodies to label epitopes of interest in cells or tissues. In Immunochemistry immunological proteins within different biological fluids including serum, urine and CSF are examined. The detection of these proteins employs a range of differing techniques from electrophoresis and immunofixation to nephelometry or turbidimetry.
Edelweiss Chemical Science Journal promotes studies on chemical analysis for betterment of society. The study of the chemical composition and structure of substances is called chemical analysis. Analytical chemistry methods are used to separate, identify, and quantify substance. The method usually depends on chemical reactions between the reagent that is added to the analyte and the material being analyzed (the analyte). Qualitative analysis and quantitative analysis are the two methods used in the analytical chemistry. Qualitative analysis identifies those compounds and elements present in unknown sample material. The amount by the weight of each element or compound present is determined by quantitative analysis. Important modern methods used in the analysis of chemicals are Gas and paper chromatography