Modification of the passive heamagglutination test for detection of infectious bursal disease virus

@article{Ezeibe2012ModificationOT,
  title={Modification of the passive heamagglutination test for detection of infectious bursal disease virus},
  author={Maduike C. O. Ezeibe and John Osita Arinze Okoye and Temitope Mofoluso Ogunniran and Obianuju Nkiruka Okoroafor and Ihuoma E. Ezeala and Augustine A. Ngene},
  journal={Health},
  year={2012},
  volume={4},
  pages={653-655}
}
To modify the Passive Haemagglutination (PHA) test, a rapid test, used for qauntitative detection of viral antibodies, so that it can be used for determination of viral titres, dilutions of Infectious Bursal Disease Virus (IBDV) were used to sensitize the Red Blood Cells (RBCs) before reacting them with known IBD serum. Also, to improve sensitivity of the test, different RBC concentrations were used for the test. A standard IBDV gave positive PHA reaction upto its 1:2048 dilution. With… 

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