Combined use of random access and ELISA analyzers in the microbiological serology laboratory

  • Alessandra Moroni | moroni@med.unibo.it
  • Antonella Marangoni
  • Marina Biagi
  • Silvia Capitani
  • Enzo Della Bella
  • Sanzio Ruscello
  • Franca Savioli
  • Roberto Cevenini

Abstract

In the last years the trend of centralizing small laboratories in large reference centers led to a careful evaluation of the diagnostic profiles. In the serology laboratory of Microbiology Unit, St. Orsola-Malpighi Hospital, Bologna, Italy the choice has been to combine random access analyzers (ARCHITECT Abbott) and ELISA analyzers (BEPIII Dade Behring).

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Published
2008-09-30
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Keywords:
Random access analyzers, ELISA tecnique, Serology
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How to Cite
Moroni, A., Marangoni, A., Biagi, M., Capitani, S., Della Bella, E., Ruscello, S., Savioli, F., & Cevenini, R. (2008). Combined use of random access and ELISA analyzers in the microbiological serology laboratory. Microbiologia Medica, 23(3). https://doi.org/10.4081/mm.2008.2574

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