A serum neutralization test (SNT) was developed for confirmation of indeterminate and positive results.
What does SNT stand for?
SNT stands for Serum Neutralization Test
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We have 62 other meanings of SNT in our Acronym Attic
- School of Nursing, Social Work and Health Sciences (University of Guam)
- Sidney North Saanich Yacht Club
- Safer Neighbourhood Team (UK)
- Sakhalin Neftegas Technology (Russia)
- Sannat (postal locality, Malta)
- Scalable Network Technologies, Inc.
- Schmidt-Newtonian Telescope (coated-lens Newtonian telescope)
- Seasonal Normal Temperature
- Sensitive Nuclear Technology
- Serial Number Tracking
- Ship'n Track
- Show, Not Tell (also seen as S/NT)
- Signaling Network Test
- Simplified Needs Test
- Sistema Nacional de Telecomunicações (Portuguese: National Telecommunications System; Brazil)
- So Not True
- Social Norms Theory (psychology)
- Soft, Non-Tender
- Softair National Team (airsoft club; France)
- Special Needs Trust (aka Supplemental Needs Trust; estate planning)
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Serum neutralization test and virus isolation were performed in a BioSafety Level 3 Laboratory at Veterinary Research Institute, Ipoh, Malaysia.
Serum samples were heat inactivated at 56[degrees]C for 30 min and subsequently nucleoprotein antibody ELISA, serum neutralization test (SNT), and hemagglutination-inhibition (HI) test were performed.
Although serum neutralization tests were not conducted, NV RNA was demonstrated in saliva and urine from P.
A serum neutralization test was performed to detect anti-RVF neutralizing antibodies by using Vero monolayer cells infected with a viral suspension of 106.
Forty-three of the 50 ELISA-positive bat serum samples were available for confirmation by serum neutralization test.
Based on the serum neutralization tests, TGEV/PRCV and SARS-CoV do not appear to be antigenically closely related, an observation supported by the initial genomic analysis (1,2).
All 11 were confirmed by serum neutralization test.