During the COST TD1302 Action, CYSTINET members were invited via e-mail to express their interest in joining these collaborative studies. Participating laboratories are shown in Table 1. In the first RT, laboratories were invited to test a panel of human sera using their routine laboratory serological test/s, based on T. solium antibody or antigen detection. In the second RT, laboratories were invited to test a panel of human sera by the three assays that were determined by the first RT to be the most frequently utilized. In the third RT, laboratories were invited to test a panel of human stool by conventional microscopy (micro-coprological RT) and molecular (molecular-coprological RT) assays routinely used in their laboratories for the detection of Taenia infections (T. saginata/T. solium).

Laboratories and countries participating in the Ring Trials (RT).

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