Update on immunological tests for lymphatic filariasis
Melrose, Wayne D., Durrheim, David D., and Burgess, Graham W. (2004) Update on immunological tests for lymphatic filariasis. Trends in Parasitology, 20 (6). pp. 255-257.
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Until recently, the TropBio antigen enzyme-linked immunosorbent assay and the immunochromatographic test rapid-card test were the only commercially available diagnostic tests for lymphatic filariasis. The new Brugia Rapid antibody-detection dipstick is a welcome addition, but there is an urgent need to develop more cost-effective, accurate and standardized immunological tests for use in the global filariasis elimination program.
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