immunofluorescence test


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immunofluorescence test

immunofluorescence test

(1) Direct immunofluorescence test. 
(2) Indirect immunfluorescence test.
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Orgentec has developed more than 300 highly specific ELISA test systems, as well as blot and immunofluorescence tests for diagnosing autoimmune diseases (autoimmune disease diagnostics) and infection serology (infectious disease diagnostics).
Fortunately, there are invaluable laboratory methods such as immunofluorescence tests in confirming a diagnosis that is suspected by clinical examination.
This virus isolate produced cytopathic effects in chicken embryo liver (CEL) cells and reacted with fowl adenovirus 4 (FadV-4) antiserum in agar gel immunodiffusion and immunofluorescence tests.
Histology is nonspecific, and immunofluorescence tests will be negative.
Contract award: providing service for autoimmunity in indirect immunofluorescence tests required for 36 months.
crassiceps tapeworm larvae were used for immunofluorescence tests, the patient's serum exhibited a weak tegumental signal (online Technical Appendix Figure 2).
Although quite specific, these antibodies have never gained widespread popularity because of technical difficulties in substrate standardization and the subjective nature of the interpretation of the immunofluorescence tests.
At admission, chikungunya virus-specific immunoglobulin (Ig) G and IgM were not detected by indirect immunofluorescence tests (2).
Immunofluorescence tests were performed (9); we used W.
Immunofluorescence tests with antirabies conjugate prepared to be cross-reactive with the African rabies related viruses (Onderstepoort Veterinary Institute, Pretoria, South Africa) showed small and sparse inclusion bodies in impression smears of the cortex, hippocampus, thalamus, medulla, and cerebellum.