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Comparison of a commercial ELISA system with restriction endonuclease analysis for typing herpes simplex virus.
  1. K J Smith,
  2. C R Ashley,
  3. J M Darville,
  4. J Harbour,
  5. A Roome

    Abstract

    Isolates of herpes simplex virus which had previously been typed by restriction enzyme analysis were typed again with a commercial ELISA system using polyclonal antibodies. There was complete correlation between the two techniques. Although restriction is more precise and definitive, when typing only is required the simplicity of ELISA makes it the preferred technique.

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