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Infect Epidemiol Med. 2017 Spring
Rapid test and conventional ELISA are common immunological assays used for the detection of HIV infection. In this study, we evaluated the prevalence rate of HIV infection by rapid test used for screening HIV infection and then confirmed the positive cases with ELISA and western blot tests. Results: Thirty seven out of 1964(1.88%) cases were confirmed as positive by rapid HIV test. All of the positive cases confirmed by rapid test were also confirmed as positive by ELISA and western blot tests.fatcat:thg3wfsmd5artdjizcadcf4x5e