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Ultrastruct Pathol. 1986;10(6):553-70.

Immunonegative stain techniques for electron microscopic detection of viruses in human faeces.


Immune electron microscopy techniques have for some years been applied to detection of viruses in clinical specimens, especially faecal samples, as both sensitivity and specificity are improved by use of specific antibody. The following review describes in detail different preparation methods and illustrates some of the results that may be obtained.

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