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Multi‐event capture–recapture models estimate the diagnostic performance of serological tests for myxoma and rabbit haemorrhagic disease viruses in the absence of reference samples

MECMR models predict the diagnostic results of serological tests for rabbit haemorrhagic disease virus and myxoma virus by estimating state assignment uncertainty by using state assignment uncertainty. Two populations of the European rabbit gathered together in a longitudinal serological analysis of three tests of RHDV and one test of MYXV in two populations. We compared the estimates of diagnostic success by MECMR and finite mixture models using a variety of cut-u2010off values in third. The RHDV experiment using GI. 2 antigens outperformed two tests using GI. 1 antigens, according to MECMR researchers. The monthly survival of European rabbits seropositive for MYXV was much higher than that of seronegative rabbits at the non-U2010fenced site, according to the study's duration. We conclude that MECMR models can reliably determine the diagnostic results of serological tests in European rabbits for RHDV and MYXV.

Source link: https://onlinelibrary.wiley.com/doi/10.1111/tbed.14657

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