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Detection of coronavirus strain 692 by immune electron microscopy



Detection of coronavirus strain 692 by immune electron microscopy



Infection and Immunity 7(1): 111-116



Utilization of the technique of immune electron microscopy has enabled the detection of a coronavirus in organ culture harvests derived from a washing from an adult with an acute upper respiratory tract illness; convalescent serum was the source of specific antibody.

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