Use of monoclonal antibodies to determine if HBsAg of mixed subtype is one particle or two.

@article{Paul1986UseOM,
  title={Use of monoclonal antibodies to determine if HBsAg of mixed subtype is one particle or two.},
  author={Dr. Paul and Robert H. Purcell and Darrell L. Peterson},
  journal={Journal of virological methods},
  year={1986},
  volume={13 1},
  pages={43-53}
}
Of the ten universally recognized subtypes of hepatitis B surface antigens, two contain both of what are normally mutually exclusive subtype determinants. These mixed subtypes presumably result from a concurrent infection by different viral subtypes and result in the presence of the various subtypes either on separate particles or intermixed on one particle… CONTINUE READING