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Abstract

SUMMARY

Serum specimens tested for rubella-specific IgM by the haemagglutination-inhibition technique may give false-positive results due to (a) storage at - 20°C, bacterial contamination, or (c) inactivation at 56°C. These false-positive reactions can be distinguished from rubella-specific IgM activity by their resistance to 2-ME.

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2020-10-28
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