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Preparation of diagnostic sera to the medically important enteroviruses 69 70 and 71


, : Preparation of diagnostic sera to the medically important enteroviruses 69 70 and 71. Zhurnal Mikrobiologii Epidemiologii i Immunobiologii (12): 12-15

The use of enteroviruses, types 69, 70 and 71, purified with freon and concentrated with polyethylene glycol, for immunizing rabbits, following 4 immunization schedules, has made it possible to obtain active virus-neutralizing diagnostic sera with antibody titers of up to 1:2560, 1:806 and 1:9123, respectively.

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