Citation: GONG Zhen-Kui, HUANG He, JIA Lin, XIAO Hong-Yu. Early Diagnosis of Rubella Virus Infection with Monoclonal Antibody against Human IgM (u Chain) .VIROLOGICA SINICA, 1997, 12(3) : 281.

Early Diagnosis of Rubella Virus Infection with Monoclonal Antibody against Human IgM (u Chain)

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  • An indirect ELISA by using monoclonal antibody (McAb) against hutnan IgM (μ chain)as the antibody labeled with horseradish peroxidase (second antibody) is used in detecion Rubela virus - specific IgM for early diagnosis of Rubella virus infection. Through the detection and verifition of a large number of sera from normal population, the population closely contacted with Rubella virus and IgM - positive sera samples of Measles virus, cycoegaforirm and Toxplasma Gondii, it is indicated that this method is specific, seusiuive, simple, rapid and no cross - reaction with the positive sera of the pathogens menticned above, It can be used for early diagnosis of Rubella virus infection and epidemiological survey.

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    Abstract: An indirect ELISA by using monoclonal antibody (McAb) against hutnan IgM (μ chain)as the antibody labeled with horseradish peroxidase (second antibody) is used in detecion Rubela virus - specific IgM for early diagnosis of Rubella virus infection. Through the detection and verifition of a large number of sera from normal population, the population closely contacted with Rubella virus and IgM - positive sera samples of Measles virus, cycoegaforirm and Toxplasma Gondii, it is indicated that this method is specific, seusiuive, simple, rapid and no cross - reaction with the positive sera of the pathogens menticned above, It can be used for early diagnosis of Rubella virus infection and epidemiological survey.

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