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Lab Invest. 1983 Sep;49(3):371-7.

Methods in laboratory investigation. Application of the indirect enzyme-linked immunosorbent assay microtest to the detection and surveillance of human t cell leukemia-lymphoma virus.


An ELISA assay for the detection of human T cell leukemia-lymphoma virus antibodies in human sera has been developed that has considerable advantages over previous techniques and equals the sensitivity of radioimmunoassay. Tests of normal and antibody-positive sera from leukemia patients indicate that this method should prove useful in the seroepidemiologic research for human T cell leukemia-lymphoma virus in the human population for probing the mode of its transmission and its clinical association with various T cell malignancies.

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