Serum samples, with identifying information removed, were shipped to the Victorian Infectious Diseases Reference Laboratory, Melbourne, Australia.
What does VIDRL stand for?
VIDRL stands for Victorian Infectious Diseases Reference Laboratory
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Our study revealed that there was a clear increase in the number of patients diagnosed with MDR-TB," the Australian quoted Caroline Lavender, a scientist at the Victorian Infectious Diseases Reference Laboratory, as writing.
Google said it had built a flu model for the state of Victoria by working with its own search data and historical flu data from the Victorian Infectious Diseases Reference Laboratory.
Internal Victorian Infectious Diseases Reference Laboratory validation confirmed concordance of results using these tests, and both produced highly reactive results in this case series.
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