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Cell cultures in a suspension on medium 199 with 1 x 10(6) cells per ml are recommended for virus indication by means of fluorescent probe method. When stored at 4 degrees C, the cells are fit for work for 5 days. The proposed conditions for the use of cell cultures are necessary for effective introduction of the fluorescent probe method in practical… (More)
Virus adsorption on cell receptors changed the state of cellular membranes, as was shown on a model of 25 viruses belonging to 13 families. This is indicated by an increase in the fluorescence of the DSM probe. Homologous antibodies block the virus adsorption on the cell membrane, this permitting identification of viruses and detection of antibodies to them.
The scientific investigations conducted first allow using a method of fluorescent probes for the diagnosis of human coronaviral intestinal infection. The method is characterised by sensitivity, specificity, reproductivity and proximity. It is comparable, according to these parameters, with the methods of the third generation and may be recommended for… (More)