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Volume 10, Number 12—December 2004

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Detecting West Nile Virus in Owls and Raptors by an Antigen-capture Assay

Ady Y. Gancz*Comments to Author , Douglas G. Campbell*, Ian K. Barker*, Robbin Lindsay†, and Bruce Hunter*
Author affiliations: *University of Guelph, Guelph, Ontario, Canada; †Canadian Science Center for Human and Animal Health, Winnipeg, Manitoba, Canada

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Results of testing by the VecTest assay. Each strip has a test zone (a) and a positive control zone (b). Samples 1–3 were run in duplicate. Note the difference in band intensity between sample 1 vs. samples 2 and 3 (all three are positive). Sample 4 was a positive control and sample 5 was a negative control.

Figure. Results of testing by the VecTest assay. Each strip has a test zone (a) and a positive control zone (b). Samples 1–3 were run in duplicate. Note the difference in band intensity between sample 1 vs. samples 2 and 3 (all three are positive). Sample 4 was a positive control and sample 5 was a negative control.

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