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Advantages of enzyme immonoassay in diagnosing lambliosis of population under sanitary supervision

  title={Advantages of enzyme immonoassay in diagnosing lambliosis of population under sanitary supervision},
  author={Miladinovi{\'c}-Tasi{\'c} Nata{\vs}a and Tasi{\'c} Suzana and Tasi{\'c} Aleksandar and Zdravkovi{\'c} Dragan and Đorđevi{\'c} Jovana and Mici{\'c} Tatjana},
  journal={Acta Facultatis Medicae Naissensis},
Preventive, legally prescribed medical examinations of the population under sanitary supervision, with the aim of diagnosing asymptomatic lambliasis, include the application of conventional microscopic examination (CVM) with concentration technique (CT)of one stool sample. The aim of the paper was to compare the results obtained by the enzyme imnunoassay (EIA) for detection of Giardia lamblia (G. lamblia) antigen in stool, with the results of the investigation of asymptomatic lambliasis by CVM… 
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