[Monoclonal antibodies which recognize herpes simplex virus and their possible diagnostic application].
- Published Article
Revista cubana de medicina tropical
- Publication Date
Jan 01, 1997
It is reported the obtention of monoclonal antibodies, which are capable of recognizing HSV-1 and HSV-2 viruses, by the conventional technology of cellular fusion. The monoclonal antibodies of highest positivity according to the indirect immunofluorescence technique were partially characterized. It was determined the neutralizing capacity of 2 of them (278-F7 and 70-G10), which were used to identify isolations of clinical specimens by indirect immunofluorescence. These monoclonal antibodies recognized HSV-1 up to a dilution of 1:2 560.
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