Evaluation of the ADVIA 120 for analysis of the canine cerebrospinal fluid. Veterinary Clinical Pathology (2008)
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Background: Conventional techniques for canine cerebrospinal fluid (CSF)
analysis require large sample volumes and are labor intensive and subject
to operator variability.
Objective: The purpose of this study was to evaluate the ADVIA120 CSF
assay for analysis of canine CSF samples.
Methods: CSF samples collected from 36 healthy control dogs and 17 dogs
with neurologic disease were processed in parallel using the automated assay and established manual methods using a hemocytometer and cytocentrifugation. R
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