Early diagnosis of enteroviral meningitis by detection of specific IgM antibodies with a solid-phase reverse immunosorbent test (SPRIST) and mu-capture EIA.

@article{Glimker1992EarlyDO,
  title={Early diagnosis of enteroviral meningitis by detection of specific IgM antibodies with a solid-phase reverse immunosorbent test (SPRIST) and mu-capture EIA.},
  author={Martin Glim{\aa}ker and Agneta Samuelson and Lars O. Magnius and Anneka C. Ehrnst and Per Olc{\'e}n and Marianne Forsgren},
  journal={Journal of medical virology},
  year={1992},
  volume={36 3},
  pages={
          193-201
        }
}
A solid-phase reverse immunosorbent test (SPRIST) and a mu-capture enzyme immunosorbent assay (EIA) for detection of enterovirus-specific IgM antibodies were evaluated for enterovirus diagnosis of aseptic meningitis in 160 consecutive patients from whom enterovirus (11 different serotypes) were isolated in 64. In patients with an enterovirus isolate and/or four-fold titre rise in the complement fixation test (CFT) for enterovirus, specific enterovirus IgM antibodies were detected on the day of… CONTINUE READING
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