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Increased immunofluorescent staining of rabies-infected, formalin-fixed brain tissue after pepsin and trypsin digestion.

This study was undertaken to evaluate the sensitivity of the direct immunofluorescence test on Formalin-fixed, trypsin-digested, rabies-infected brain tissue. Our results suggest that the optimal unmasking of rabies antigenic sites is obtained by using a double enzyme digestion with pepsin and trypsin in lieu of only trypsin.[1]

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