Detection of Enterovirus D68 in Canadian Laboratories

@article{Hatchette2015DetectionOE,
  title={Detection of Enterovirus D68 in Canadian Laboratories},
  author={T. Hatchette and S. Drews and E. Grudeski and T. Booth and C. Martineau and K. Dust and R. Garceau and J. Gubbay and T. Karnauchow and M. Krajden and P. Levett and T. Mazzulli and R. McDonald and A. McNabb and S. Mubareka and R. Needle and A. Petrich and S. Richardson and C. Rutherford and M. Smieja and R. Tellier and G. Tipples and J. Leblanc},
  journal={Journal of Clinical Microbiology},
  year={2015},
  volume={53},
  pages={1748 - 1751}
}
ABSTRACT The recent emergence of a severe respiratory disease caused by enterovirus D68 prompted investigation into whether Canadian hospital and provincial laboratories can detect this virus using commercial and laboratory-developed assays. This study demonstrated analytical sensitivity differences between commercial and laboratory-developed assays for the detection of enterovirus D68. 
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