FLUORESCENT ANTIBODIES IN DIAGNOSIS AND RESEARCH
FORT DETRICK FREDERICK MD
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The advantages resulting from the application of fluorescent antibodies to diagnosis and research are discussed. By means of examples and suggestions, it is explained that in individual cases the procedure is quite suitable for practical diagnosis and that it can be successfully utilized in research. In order for the method to be useful, it has to be restricted to the most promising fields, and the test laboratories have to be supplied with completely worked-out procedures and with suitably and clearly labeled immune sera. If these prerequisites are fulfilled, the method will save time and material and, thus, serve the needs of practical work.
- Medicine and Medical Research