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Cerebrospinal fluid from a patient is tested at dilutions beginning at 1:5 and at various levels through 1:2,560. A drop of each dilution is reacted with measles-infected substrate slides and specific antibody assayed by the indirect immunofluorescence test.(Sever JL, Krebs H, Ley A, et al: Diagnosis of subacute panencephalitis. The value and availability of measles antibody determinations. JAMA 1974;228:604-606)
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