Evaluation of assays for the detection of antibodies to rubella. A report based on data from the College of American Pathologists Surveys of 1982.

Abstract

Data from laboratories participating in the College of American Pathologists Surveys in 1982 provided information on the trends in testing for antibodies to rubella. Methods used by participants included: passive hemagglutination, 29%; latex agglutination card assay test, 25%; hemagglutination inhibition, 19%; enzyme immunosorbent assays, 13%; indirect… (More)

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