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Klusman AWB
De complexiteit van Lyme-borreliose, Commentaar op de CBO-richtlijn Lyme borreliose

An Understanding of Laboratory Testing for LymeDisease
Journal of Spirochetal and Tick-borne Diseases—Volume 5, Spring/Summer 1998 

Reed* KD
Laboratory Testing for Lyme Disease: Possibilities and Practicalities 

Grier T
The complexity of Lyme disease

ELISA and Western Blot: Lies that can kill you? 

Brenner C
Explanation of the Lyme Disease Western Blot

Drulle J M.D.
Lyme Disease: The Pitfalls of Laboratory Testing 

Grier T
Laboratory tests 

Gruber J Links aan te bevelen!
Lyme and Immune Complexes

Lange R
Evidence of a Lyme borreliosis infection from the viewpoint of laboratory medicine

Brown SL
Role of serology in the diagnosis of Lyme disease

Hofmann H
Lyme borreliosis - problems of serological diagnosis 

Roessler D, Haueser U, Wislke B
Heterogeneity of BmpA (P39) among European Isolates of Borrelia burgdorferi Sensu Lato and Influence of Interspecies Variability on Serodiagnosis

Kaiser R
False-negative serology in patients with neuroborreliosis and the value of employing of different borrelial strains in serological assays

Dressler F, Ackermann R, Steere AC
Antibody responses to the three genomic groups of Borrelia burgdorferi in European Lyme borreliosis

POSITION PAPER, Annals of Internal Medicine
Guidelines for Laboratory Evaluation in the Diagnosis of Lyme Disease 

Kaplan M
Interpreting the IgG & IgM Western Blot For Lyme Disease

Hunfeld K-P et al.
Quality of Lyme disease serology, Lessons from the German Proficiency Testing Program 1999–2001
A preliminary report* 

Coleman JL, Rogers RC, Rosa PA and Benach JL
Variations in the ospB gene of Borrelia burgdorferi result in differences in monoclonal antibody reactivity and in production of escape variants.