Serial analysis of the plasma concentration of SARS coronavirus RNA in pediatric patients with severe acute respiratory syndrome.

@article{Ng2003SerialAO,
  title={Serial analysis of the plasma concentration of SARS coronavirus RNA in pediatric patients with severe acute respiratory syndrome.},
  author={Enders K. O. Ng and Pak-cheung Ng and Kam Lun Hon and W T Frankie Cheng and Emily Chi-Wan Hung and K C Allen Chan and Rossa W. K. Chiu and Albert M. C. Li and Leo L M Poon and David Shu-Cheong Hui and John Siu-Lun Tam and Tai-fai Fok and Yuk Ming Dennis Lo},
  journal={Clinical chemistry},
  year={2003},
  volume={49 12},
  pages={2085-8}
}
for 6 months compared with a 61.5% decrease at Ϫ20 °C. There was no significant difference in OPG concentration before and after 6 weeks of storage at Ϫ20 or Ϫ70 °C when samples were collected into either lithium heparin or EDTA. Storage of EDTA-plasma samples for up to 6 months at Ϫ20 or Ϫ70 °C produced a 22.8% decrease in OPG when stored at Ϫ20 °C and a 19.7% decrease when stored at Ϫ70 °C. We also investigated the effect of storing separated samples in glass or plastic tubes and observed no… CONTINUE READING

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