Labormethoden der Virologie

  • D. Falke
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Zusammenfassung

Die klinische Labordiagnostik der Viruskrankheiten beruht auf zwei Verfahrensprinzipien. Diese sind:
  • Nachweis, Züchtung und Identifizierung des Virus vom Kranken sowie

  • Nachweis von virus- und krankheitsspezifischen Antikörpern oder Antigenen im Serum, Liquor oder in Ausscheidungen des Kranken, d. h. serologische Methoden.

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