Corpus ID: 40016200

[Study of human and simian hepatitis A virus isolated by an immunoenzyme method using polyclonal and monoclonal antibodies].

@article{Karetny1989StudyOH,
  title={[Study of human and simian hepatitis A virus isolated by an immunoenzyme method using polyclonal and monoclonal antibodies].},
  author={Iu V Karetnyĭ and A. Andzhaparidze and T. M. Orlova and M. Balaian},
  journal={Voprosy virusologii},
  year={1989},
  volume={34 1},
  pages={
          50-3
        }
}
Hepatitis A viruses (HAV) isolated from man and Old World monkeys varied in their interaction with monoclonal antibodies (MCA) in enzyme immunoassay. All human HAV isolates reacted with the MCA under study (HIC19, H7C27, and K3-4C8), whereas the viruses isolated directly from monkeys did not react with H7C27 MCA and some of them also with H1C19 MCA. Simian HAV strains became capable of reacting with H7C27 MCA and H1C19 MCA after adaptation to cell culture. In tests with human and simian immune… Expand
Diagnosis of Hepatitis A Virus Infection: a Molecular Approach