Multiple interferon and virus response element cell-based fluorescence system
The present disclosure refers to a method for a specific, versatile and sensitive detection of IFN-/virus-induced genes, a method for quantifying IFN potency and activity in a pharmaceutical preparation or biological sample, a method for distinguishing between IFN- and viral induction, and/or for distinguishing between different viruses, and a method for the quantification of virus activity. Also, the invention provides the necessary molecular tools like expression active response constructs, suitable cell lines, an array to perform the method and a kit.
Khabar; Khalid S. A. (Riyadh, SA), Al-Majhdi; Fahad Nasser (Riyadh, SA)
KING FAISAL SPECIALIST HOSPITAL AND RESEARCH CENTRE (Riyadh, SA) KING SAUD UNIVERSITY (Riyadh, SA)
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