research data . Dataset . 2016

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  • Published: 15 Jan 2016
Abstract
<div><p>Lateral flow tests also known as Immunochromatography (IC) is an antigen-detection method conducted on a nitrocellulose membrane that can be completed in less than 20 min. IC has been used as an important rapid test for clinical diagnosis and surveillance of influenza viruses, but the IC sensitivity is relatively low (approximately 60%) and the limit of detection (LOD) is as low as 10³ pfu per reaction. Recently, we reported an improved IC assay using antibodies conjugated with fluorescent beads (<u>fl</u>uorescent <u>i</u>mmuno<u>c</u>hromatography; FLIC) for subtyping H5 influenza viruses (FLIC-H5). Although the FLIC strip must be scanned using a fluor...
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free text keywords: Biological Sciences, IC methods, flic, sensitivity, detection, specificity, subtyping H 5 influenza viruses, Seasonal Influenza Viruses Lateral flow tests, lod, Influenza viruses, influenza type B viruses
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