Session

24.03.2021     08:00–19:30

Title:
ePoster self study
Clinical virology
Type:
ePoster self study

24.03.2021
08:00–19:30

Title:
ePoster self study
Clinical virology
Type:
ePoster self study


P 52 Erhöhte Seroprävalenzrate für C. jejuni, aber nicht für HEV bei Mitarbeitern der Gastroenterologie
Werner Dammermann (Brandenburg/DE)



P 53 Dried blood spots are an alternative sampling material for detection of anti-SARS-CoV-2 antibodies
Heike Weisser (Fulda/DE)



P 54 Use of 3base™ technology as a novel screening tool for the detection of emerging coronavirus variants including SARS-CoV-2.
Doug Millar (Newtown/AU), Peter Kluge (Sydney/AU)



P 56 Anti-SARS-CoV2 antibodies prevalence and COVID19 risk factors in Poland
Pawel Zmora (Poznan/PL)



P 57 Over 90% of clinical swabs used for SARS-CoV-2 diagnostics contain sufficient nucleic acid concentrations
Robin Leon Klingen (Essen/DE)



P 58 Rapid tests recognizing mucosal SARS-CoV-2-specific antibodies distinguish declining from prodromal COVID-19 phases
Friederike-Charlotte Krempe (Essen/DE)



P 59 Comparative analysis of HEK 239T cell- and E. coli-derived SARS-CoV-2 RBD as antigens for ELISA
Sascha Hein (Langen/DE)



P 60 Comparison of the new Cepheid HIV VL XC assay with the established Abbott Alinity m in HIV-1 viral load measurement
Martin Obermeier (Berlin/DE)



P 61 INSTAND External Quality Assessment (EQA) schemes for multiplex tests - results for gastrointestinal, respiratory and meningitis virus panels
Martin Kammel (Berlin/DE), Heinz Zeichhardt (Berlin/DE)



P 63 Isolation of lethal factor interacting partners using human heart T7 phage display
Flavio Rodriguez Polanco (Mayagüez/PR)