|Antibody tests||Negative AIDS cases||Non ICL||General|
|Detection of IgG antibodies to lymphadenopathy-associated virus in patients with AIDS or lymphadenopathy syndrome.|| ||Brun-Vezinet F, Rouzioux C, Barre-Sinoussi F, Klatzmann D, Saimot AG, Rozenbaum W, Christol D, Gluckmann JC, Montagnier L, Chermann JC
| ||Montagnier et al. diagnosed HIV in four out of eight AIDS patients|
| ||The Lancet i, 1253-1256, 1984||1984|
|Serological Analysis of a Subgroup of Human T-Lymphotropic Retroviruses (HTLV-III) Associated with AIDS.|| ||SchŸpbach J et al.
| ||“Antibodies to the structural proteins of HTLV, notably p24 and p19 are not detectable in most AIDS patients”|
| ||Science. 1984 May 4;224:503-505.||1984|
|Serological detection of antibodies to HTLV-III in sera of patients with AIDS and pre-AIDS conditions.|| ||Gallo RC et al.
| ||“Of 49 clinically diagnosed AIDS patients, 43 (88%) showed serum reactivity in this [ELISA antibody] assay”|
| ||US Patent Office. 1985 May 28;4,520,113.||1985|
|Selective tropism of lymphadenopathy associated virus (LAV) for helper-inducer T lymphocytes.|| ||Klatzmann D et al.
| ||“The results provide evidence for the involvement of LAV [HIV] in AIDS...Specific antibodies against [HIV] have been detected in approximately 70% of patients with persistent lymphadenopathy and 40% of AIDS patients studied.”|
| ||Science. 1984 Jul 6;225:59-63.||1984|
|Antibodies to the core protein of lymphadenopathy-associated virus (LAV) in patients with AIDS.|| ||Kalyanaraman VS et al.
| ||“Antibody to LAV [HIV] p25 [p24] was found in the serum of 51 of 125 AIDS patients...”|
| ||Science. 1984 Jul 20;225(4659):321-3.||1984|
|Screening test for HTLV-III (AIDS agent) antibodies: specificity, sensitivity, and applications.|| ||Weiss SH et al.
| ||“Among the 88 patients with AIDS tested, the HTLV-III [HIV] ELISA indicated a positive result in 72 cases (82%)”|
| ||JAMA. 1985;253(2):221-5.||1985|
|Detection of human anti-HTLV-III antibodies by indirect immunofluorescence using fixed cells.|| ||Sandstrom EG et al.
| ||“All but one of the 18 AIDS patients, a man with Kaposi’s sarcoma (KS) was found to be positive by IFA. He was also negative by ELISA and Western blot. A heterosexual man with KS [not considered AIDS, perhaps because only gay men are expected to get KS] also scored negative in all three tests”|
| ||Transfusion. 1985;25:308-12.||1985|