[ocular toxocariaisis]How to do the ELISA with vitreous fluid?
Stephen G. Kayes
kayes at SUNGCG.USOUTHAL.EDU
Fri Feb 2 22:06:28 EST 1996
Just happened to read a chapter on ocular larva migrans diagnosis last week.
There is a chapter by Petithory et al. on the topic and it has
the technical references. The chapter is in the following:
Toxocara and toxocariasis: Clinical, Epidemilogical, and
Molecular Perspectives. Lewis, JW, Maizels, RM (Eds). London British
Parasitological Society with The Institute of Biology.
Good Luck. Please let us know how your endeavor works out and if
you were able to establish the techniques at your site.
On 2 Feb 1996, HUH Sun wrote:
> I was asked by opthalmologist in my University Hospital if I can do a
> toxocariasis ELISA(enzyme-linked immunosorbent assay) with vitreous fluid.
> However, I have no experience in doing ELISA with vitreous fluid. I only
> can do with serum. If there is any one or any lab that has experence on the
> ELISA for toxocariasis with vitreous fluid, please let me know.
> HUH Sun
> Department of Parasitology
> College of Medicine, Hallym University
> Chunchon 200-702, Korea
> fax: +82.361.241.1672
> e-mail: shuh at sun.hallym.ac.kr
> homepage: http://sun.hallym.ac.kr/~shuh/para/welcome.html
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