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Quantifying Human Norovirus Virus-like Particles Binding to Commensal Bacteria Using Flow Cytometry

DOI :

10.3791/61048-v

April 29th, 2020

April 29th, 2020

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1Microbiology and Cell Science Department, University of Florida

The goal of this protocol is to quantify binding of the eukaryotic pathogen human norovirus to bacteria. After performing an initial virus-bacterium attachment assay, flow cytometry is used to detect virally-bound bacteria within the population.

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