Multi-center evaluation of a user-friendly lateral flow assay to determine IP-10 and CCL4 levels in blood of TB and non-TB cases in Africa.

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OBJECTIVE Multi-center evaluation of a user-friendly lateral flow test for detection of IP-10 and CCL4 levels in Mycobacterium tuberculosis (Mtb) antigen-stimulated whole blood samples from tuberculosis (TB) suspects. DESIGN AND METHODS A quantitative lateral flow (LF)-based assay platform was applied to detect chemokines IP-10 and CCL4. Chemokine… (More)
DOI: 10.1016/j.clinbiochem.2015.08.013

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@article{Corstjens2016MulticenterEO, title={Multi-center evaluation of a user-friendly lateral flow assay to determine IP-10 and CCL4 levels in blood of TB and non-TB cases in Africa.}, author={Paul L A M Corstjens and Elisa M. Tjon Kon Fat and Claudia J. de Dood and Jolien J. van der Ploeg-van Schip and Kees L M C Franken and Novel N Chegou and Jayne S. Sutherland and Rawleigh Howe and Adane Mihret and Desta Kassa and Marieta van der Vyver and Jacob Sheehama and Felanji Simukonda and Harriet Mayanja-Kizza and Tom H. M. Ottenhoff and Gerhard Walzl and Annemieke Geluk}, journal={Clinical biochemistry}, year={2016}, volume={49 1-2}, pages={22-31} }