Detection of IgG1 against rK39 improves monitoring of treatment outcome in visceral leishmaniasis

Mollet, G; Bremer Hinckel, BC; Bhattacharyya, T; Marlais, T; Singh, OP; Mertens, P; Falconar, Andrew; El-Safi, S; Sundar, S; Miles, Michael; (2018) Detection of IgG1 against rK39 improves monitoring of treatment outcome in visceral leishmaniasis. Clinical Infectious Diseases. ciy1062. ISSN 1058-4838 DOI: https://doi.org/10.1093/cid/ciy1062

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