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== Dedication ==
== Dedication ==
This 6<sup>th</sup> edition is dedicated to my wife Barbara and my children, Edward, Annie and Susie. They have given me the indulgence of time, discovery and innovation. This has allowed faster entry of serum free light chain assays into clinical practice. I much appreciate their love and patience.
This 6<sup>th</sup> edition is dedicated to my wife Barbara and my children, Edward, Annie and Susie. They have given me the indulgence of time, discovery and innovation. This has allowed faster entry of serum free light chain assays into clinical practice. I much appreciate their love and patience.
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== Acknowledgements ==  
== Acknowledgements ==  

Current revision as of 15:04, 31 March 2011

Dedication and acknowledgements

Dedication

This 6th edition is dedicated to my wife Barbara and my children, Edward, Annie and Susie. They have given me the indulgence of time, discovery and innovation. This has allowed faster entry of serum free light chain assays into clinical practice. I much appreciate their love and patience.

Acknowledgements

Many people have been involved in the research, development and application of free light chain and Hevylite immunoassays. They include the following at The Binding Site Group Ltd:- Graham Mead, Hugh Carr-Smith, Paul Showell, Stephen Harding, Richard Hampton, Laura Smith, Nicolas Fourrier and Jenny Harris. The clinical data were obtained in collaboration with the following:- Mark Drayson, Paul Cockwell and Colin Hutchison, University of Birmingham, UK; Jerry Katzmann, Robert Kyle, Roshini Abraham, Vincent Rajkumar and Raynell Clark, The Mayo Clinic, USA; David Keren, University of Michigan Medical School, USA; Philip Hawkins and Helen Lachmann, UK Amyloidosis Centre, Royal Free Hospital, London; Peter Hill and Julia Forsyth, Derby NHS Trust, UK; G Pratt, Heartlands Hospital, Birmingham; M Chappell and N Evans, University of Warwick; S Abdulla, St Mary’s Hospital, London; Mohammad Nowrousian, Essen University, Germany; and numerous other physicians who have sent samples to the laboratory. I am also indebted to Richard Hughes for his contributions towards writing and coordinating the editing of this 6th edition, Michelle Surmacz for the setting and presentation of this book, Josie Hobbs, Alex Legg, Lakhvir Assi and Roger Williams for proof reading. My grateful thanks go to them all.

The initial stages of the project were supported by a grant from the Department of Trade and Industry (No. WMR/26799/SP).

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