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If one visits different viral diagnostic laboratories, one finds that there is no complete agreement in the exact methods and reagents used to perform various viral diagnostic tests. The reasons are that experiences and facilities have dictated individual preferences in choosing reagents and procedures which have worked so well in their own hands. If other modifications of the methods offer no particular advantages to their own, then there is no reason for a change. One example is the book on Diagnostic Methods in Clinical Virology by Grist, Ross, and Bell from the Regional Virus Laboratory, Glasgow, Scotland. The methods described
Diagnostic Methods in Clinical Virology.. Ann Intern Med. 1966;64:1365. doi: 10.7326/0003-4819-64-6-1365_1
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