Significant Increase of Sensitivity on Rapid Influenza Antigen Assays Using Silver Amplification Immunochromatography.

Poster   Oct 02, 2014

 
Significant Increase of Sensitivity on Rapid Influenza Antigen Assays Using Silver Amplification Immunochromatography.
 
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Satoshi KIMURA1), Hideyoshi OHTO2), Hayato YAMAGUCHI1), Seiji FUKUOKA1), Emiko NAKAMA1), Akiko TERADA3), and Yoh UMEDA2)

 
 

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