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Transmissible gastroenteritis coronavirus: the development and applications of the fixed-cell immunoperoxidase technique



Transmissible gastroenteritis coronavirus: the development and applications of the fixed-cell immunoperoxidase technique



Revue Scientifique et Technique 12(2): 537-558



Since the first demonstration in 1971 that solid-phase ELISAs could be used for the quantitative determination of antigens and antibodies, this method has been widely applied in serodiagnosis of parasitic and infectious diseases. In addition to the classic ELISA variants using antigen or antibody to coat the plastic plates, there has recently been growing interest in the application of fixed-cell ELISA to research and diagnostic work on viral diseases.

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