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Radial haemolysis in gel for detection of antibodies to bunyavirus Lednice (Turlock group).

The method of radial haemolysis in gel (RHG) was used for detection of antibodies to Lednice virus. Repeated and comparative experiments proved that the method gave reliable and sufficiently specific standard results. No cross-reactions were detected with sera to other arboviruses. Comparison of antibody titres achieved in RHG with those of haemagglutination inhibition (HIT) and indirect immunofluorescence (IF) tests showed a satisfactory sensitivity, as the antibody titres in RHG and HIT were practically of the same range.[1]

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  1. Radial haemolysis in gel for detection of antibodies to bunyavirus Lednice (Turlock group). Málková, D., Krpesová, N., Holubová, J., Kolman, J.M. Acta Virol. (1983) [Pubmed]
 
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