agglutination test

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a blood test used to identify unknown antigens

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Latex agglutination test for early detection of causative organism in acute bacterial meningitis.
The prozone phenomenon should be kept in mind when the clinical suspicion of brucellosis is high and the agglutination test is negative.
7) Arthritis 7 (17) 3 (20) Table 2 - The distribution of standard tube agglutination test (STA) titers of Brucellosis index cases and seropositive family members.
The usefulness of direct agglutination test, enzyme-linked immunosorbent assay and polymerase chain reaction for the detection of Toxoplasma gondii in wild animals.
Development of slide agglutination test for the rapid diagnosis of Mycoplasma infection in the chicken.
The sensitivity and specificity of Brucella agglutination tests.
Keywords: leptospirosis, seroprevalence, leptospiral antibody, microscopic agglutination test, cattle farmers maintenance hosts.
The Microscopic Agglutination Test was performed after the baseline titer was done as per the guidelines given by the WHO manual on Leptospirosis and results were recorded and tabulated.
5%) positive cases in cattle and buffalo using Rose Bengal plate test and serum agglutination test by Faqir (1991), who also reported the presence of brucellosis in cattle and buffalo in the same area after screening 680 animals and (8.
The persistence of leptospiral agglutinins titers in human sera diagnosed by the microscopic agglutination test.
Recently, quest for a simple diagnostic test for VL has led to the development of several novel tests, such as direct agglutination test (DAT), rK39 dipstick assay, and latex agglutination test (KAtex) of urine.
At the end of the third week, the report of Brucella agglutination test was received showing 1: 1280 titers, Elisa Igm positive and IgG negative.
Microscopic agglutination test (MAT), the reference method for diagnosis was successively done "to evaluate the modified ELISA which was developed with the recombinant LipL32 antigen for the detection of anti-leptospiral antibodies in human serum samples.
There appears to be more typhoid fever cases in areas of drug resistant malaria and a cross-reaction between malarial parasites and salmonella antigens may cause false positive Widal agglutination test (21,22).
Methods for assessment of ASAB can be categorized into: 1) direct methods to detect the presence of ASAB on sperm (sperm mixed agglutination reaction [sMAR], immunobead test [IBT]) or; 2) agglutination tests using donor sperm (gelatin agglutination test, tray agglutination test [TAT], radiolabeled agglutinin assay).