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    Dengue fever is a highly endemic arthropod-borne viral disease in the tropical and sub-tropical countries and is rapidly becoming a global threaten. Diagnosis has been conducted by either traditional serological methods or molecular biological techniques. However, these methods are either labor-intensive, time-consuming or with multiple steps, which are not suitable for high throughput detection of large quantity of samples. In the current study, a novel, rapid, no-wash one-step amplified luminescent proximity homogenous assay-linked immunosorbent assay (AlphaLISA) was developed and optimized for the diagnosis of dengue fever through the detection of dengue virus non-structural protein 1 (NS1). The linear range of the assay was determined to be 60,000 pg/mL to 200 pg/mL, with a lower detection limit of 127.45 pg/mL for NS1 protein. The precision of the assay was 8.24 % and 4.93 % for the high and low concentration. Clinical evaluation indicated that the sensitivity and specificity of the assay was 91.49 % and 81.54 %, respectively. This novel, rapid, no-wash one-step AlphaLISA assay is convenient and sensitive, which could be a good alternative for the screening of dengue fever in a high throughput format. Copyright © 2019 Elsevier B.V. All rights reserved.


    Hai-Bo Wang, Tian Du, Wei-Gang Li, Jun-Hua Zhao, Ze Yang, Qiu-Hua Mo. The establishment and clinical evaluation of a novel, rapid, no-wash one-step immunoassay for the detection of dengue virus non-structural protein 1. Journal of virological methods. 2020 Feb;276:113793

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    PMID: 31794781

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