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Journal:   ARCHIVES OF RAZI INSTITUTE   December 2002 , Volume - , Number 54; Page(s) 93 To 99.
 
Paper: 

A SINGLE RADIAL HAEMOLYSIS TECHNIQUE FOR RAPID DIAGNOSIS OF GOAT POX DISEASES

 
 
Author(s):  SADRI R.*, MASOUDI S., KARGAR R., KHEDMATI KAMBIZ, VARSHOVI H., HAGHIGHI S.
 
* VIRAL ANIMAL VACCINE PRODUCTION & RESEARCH DEPT., RAZI VACCINE & SERUM RESEARCH INSTITUTE, TEHRAN, IRAN
 
Abstract: 

For detection of goat pox antibodies, a single radial haemolysis (SRH) technique using soluble antigens (SAgs) of the virus was developed. In comparison with CIE, ELISA and AGP as diagnostic tests, SRH is a rapid, simple, and reproducible, time efficient and inexpensive test. The plates of test result could be kept for two months at 4°C. Results of SRH test showed only 20% difference with serum neutralization test, as the golden test.

 
Keyword(s): SINGLE RADIAL HAEMOLYSIS, POXVIRUS, SOLUBLE ANTIGEN, ANTIBODY, SN
 
 
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SADRI, R., & MASOUDI, S., & KARGAR, R., & KHEDMATI, K., & VARSHOVI, H., & HAGHIGHI, S. (2002). A SINGLE RADIAL HAEMOLYSIS TECHNIQUE FOR RAPID DIAGNOSIS OF GOAT POX DISEASES. ARCHIVES OF RAZI INSTITUTE, -(54), 93-99. https://www.sid.ir/en/journal/ViewPaper.aspx?id=133



Vancouver: Copy

SADRI R., MASOUDI S., KARGAR R., KHEDMATI KAMBIZ, VARSHOVI H., HAGHIGHI S.. A SINGLE RADIAL HAEMOLYSIS TECHNIQUE FOR RAPID DIAGNOSIS OF GOAT POX DISEASES. ARCHIVES OF RAZI INSTITUTE. 2002 [cited 2021June12];-(54):93-99. Available from: https://www.sid.ir/en/journal/ViewPaper.aspx?id=133



IEEE: Copy

SADRI, R., MASOUDI, S., KARGAR, R., KHEDMATI, K., VARSHOVI, H., HAGHIGHI, S., 2002. A SINGLE RADIAL HAEMOLYSIS TECHNIQUE FOR RAPID DIAGNOSIS OF GOAT POX DISEASES. ARCHIVES OF RAZI INSTITUTE, [online] -(54), pp.93-99. Available: https://www.sid.ir/en/journal/ViewPaper.aspx?id=133.



 
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