Jun 1, 1976

A stable antibody-sensitized erythrocyte diagnostic preparation for detection of rhinovirus type 17 and its antibody

Acta Virologica
T I PonomarevaR S Dreĭzin

Abstract

A diagnostic preparation was obtained by sensitization of formalinized sheep erythrocytes with antibody to rhinovirus type 17. This preparation was agglutinated in the presence of relatively high concentrations of type 17 but not other types of rhinovirus. It could also be used for detection of antibody to rhinovirus type 17 in the antigen neutralization test, the antibody levels determined in this way being similar to those found by conventional virus neutralization tests in cell cultures.

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Antibodies, Viral
Formol
Cell Culture Techniques
Dall Sheep
Coryza Viruses
Sheep antigen
Specimen Type - Erythrocytes
Rhinovirus
Domestic Sheep
Red Blood Cell Count Measurement

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