Jan 4, 2003
Why aren't any of the HIV Antibody Tests, ELISA, Western Blot, or even PCR, FDA approved for diagnosing HIV infection?
Response from Dr. Jackson
ELISA and Western blot assays are licensed in the United States for diagnosing HIV infection.
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