Taylor D Stevens

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The indirect fluorescent-antibody test (IFAT), employing treated and standardized antiserum in a single pool, was earlier reported to have been used successfully for the preliminary identification of nine respiratory viruses in second to ninth passage multiplying in cells propagated on microscope slides. This report describes parameters affecting the(More)
The indirect fluorescent antibody test employing treated and standardized antisera and conjugated antiglobulin has been used successfully, in conjunction with a technique for growing and staining virus cell systems in situ on microscope slides, in the identification of nine respiratory viruses. By using pooled antisera in a single test, the presence or(More)
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