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The role of m.o.i in standardization of measles antigen preparation



The role of m.o.i in standardization of measles antigen preparation



Revista do Instituto Adolfo Lutz 55(1): 25-29



Measles is a prevalent and potentially sever disease in developing countries. The two methods widely used for diagnosis are ELISA and IHA. We studied different multiplicities of infections (m.o.i) to determine the ideal moi for the preparation of antigens for these assays. We conclude that the use of low (m.o.i.0,01) viral titers are most useful for both the ELISA and IHA methods. The different preparation of antigens for these assays do not seems to influence their usage.

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