Immunodiagnosis of Infectious Diseases

 It is very much important to diagnose the disease even before it becomes serious threat. Technology has many more advancements now a days.  In addition, criteria such as environmental stability, ease of production, disease severity, and communicability determine which agents are the most likely to be utilized. There are several emerging infectious diseases (ID) with the potential for significant public health consequences, including dengue fever as well as the recent reemergence of zika virus in Brazil. Recent developments in molecular biology techniques have made possible the production of fusion antibody conjugates, which may lead to further improvements in the sensitivity and cost of reagents, as well as possibly revolutionizing the microbial techniques. At the same time, simple-to-use, inexpensive assay systems have been developed with the necessary reliability, accuracy, and sensitivity to bring immunoassay technology to much more diverse areas.

  • Agglutination tests
  • Enzyme immuno assays
  • Precipitation and blotting tests
  • Complement fixation

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