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Diagnosis of venomous snake bite by enzyme linked immuno sorbent assay method 1. the diagnosis of snake bite of chinese krait bungarus multicinctus

Diagnosis of venomous snake bite by enzyme linked immuno sorbent assay method 1. the diagnosis of snake bite of chinese krait bungarus multicinctus

Zoological Research 2(Suppl. 4): 165-166

The ELISA [enzyme linked immunosorbent assay] slide method detected the Chinese krait venom retained in patient's wounded tissues or blood serum at 5-10 ng/ml. There was no cross reaction with other species venoms and no positive reaction with normal human serum. Satisfactory results were obtained in 4 patients with Chinese krait poisoning after preparing the slide for .apprx. 2 1/2 h. The method was simple, fast and could be used for quantitative assay in clinical snake poisoning cases or qualitative assay in forensic medicine.

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