IgM and avidity of IgG antibodies in primary HHV-6 infections.

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      Primary HHV-6 infection could be diagnosed by enzyme immunoassay from a single serum using IgG avidity test based on results obtained from 43 patients, 26 with seroconversion and 17 with variable antibody levels. The avidity was less than 30% in all patients with seroconversion. HHV-6 IgM appeared non-specific. [ABSTRACT FROM AUTHOR]
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