Chances of a rapid test giving a false negative A examined the results of 64 test accuracy studies evaluating commercially produced rapid antigen or molecular tests.
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Unlike scientists in a lab, the human body in attack mode isn't trying to inactivate viruses just so.
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A likely explanation is that the immobilised antibodies at the T-line stick directly to the gold particles as they pass by, producing the notorious cola-induced false positive result.