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Direct fluorescent antibody

Direct fluorescent antibody (DFA or dFA) is a laboratory test that uses antibodies tagged with fluorescent dye to detect the presence of microorganisms. This is the main test used to detect rabies in animals and requires the examination of brain tissue.

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