Published in Blood Weekly, September 21st, 2000
The technique was described in a report titled "Triple virus inactivation method of control serum for antigen/antibody tests," presented at the American Association of Community Colleges 52nd Annual Meeting and Clinical Laboratory Exposition held in San Francisco, California.
According to researchers who developed this technique, three steps are required for the inactivation process. First, researchers heat-treat the serum. Next, it is treated with...
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