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FIG. 2. From: Multiplex Assay for Simultaneously Typing and Subtyping Influenza Viruses by Use of an Electronic Microarray .

NC400 data from the eMA influenza virus genotyping assay and microcapillary electrophoresis gel, showing the detection of influenza virus in 10 avian specimens at 1/102 dilutions of RNA. Red fluorescent signals are represented by shading. Green fluorescent signals are represented by unshaded numbers. The SNR is the ratio of the RFU on a test site to the RFU on a background site (Bkgd). Typing and subtyping are called when the SNR is ≥3.0.

Ying Huang, et al. J Clin Microbiol. 2009 February;47(2):390-396.
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FIG. 1.

FIG. 1. From: Multiplex Assay for Simultaneously Typing and Subtyping Influenza Viruses by Use of an Electronic Microarray .

Representative NC400 data from the eMA influenza virus genotyping assay, showing correct detection of 15 influenza virus isolates at 1/10 dilutions of RNA, with no wrong types or subtypes across different virus isolates. Red fluorescent signals are represented by shading. Green fluorescent signals are represented by unshaded numbers. The SNR is the ratio of the RFU on a test site to the RFU on a background site (Bkgd). Typing and subtyping are called when the SNR is ≥3.0.

Ying Huang, et al. J Clin Microbiol. 2009 February;47(2):390-396.

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