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The effect of different testing methods syphilis antibody of spiral comparative analysis

LV Zhijun;Zhang jiagang Red Cross Blood Transfusion Service;  
Objective: To compare the test performance of syphilis antibody in the specimen serum with the TP-CLIA, TP-ELISA and TPPA methods. Methods: A total of 180 cases of suspected patients during the window period were collected from January 2012 to January 2014. The serum samples were detected using the method of chemiluminescence(TP-CLIA), enzyme-linked immunosorbent assay(TP-ELISA) and treponema pallidum gelatin particle coagulation test(TPPA), respectively. The data of sensitivity and specificity of three methods were collected and compared. Results: The data of the sensitivity of TP-CLIA method was 99.4%, the data of the specificity was 100.0%; the data of the sensitivity of TP-ELISA method was 97.8%, the data of the specificity was 97.8%; the data of the sensitivity of the TPPA method was 97.2%, the data of the specificity was 97.5%. Conclusion: TP-CLl A method as a new development of syphilis antibody can be used for diagnosis of syphilis experiments. TP-ELISA and TPPA method can be used to supplement the TP-CLl A method.
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