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the concentration of a solution as determined by titration

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Table 2--Plasmatic immunological parameters: lysozyme, total protein, total immunoglobulin (mean [+ or -] standard error), percentage of phagocytic leukocytes, agglutination titer and antimicrobial activity in hybrid surubim (Pseudoplatystoma reticulatumf Spix and Agassiz x P.
Hematology and agglutination titer after polyvalent immunization and subsequent challenge with Aeromonas hydrophila in Nile tilapia (Oreochromis niloticus).
Additionally, agglutination titer against RBC, which corresponds to the highest dilution factor that still yields hemagglutination, was determined using 2-fold serial dilutions.
([dagger]) Probable: a clinically compatible case that is epidemiologically linked to a confirmed case or that has supportive serology (i.e., Brucella agglutination titer of >160 in one or more serum specimens obtained after onset of symptoms).
Only unhaemolyzed sera were suitable for this test, and a tube agglutination titer of 20 or greater was considered positive.
She demonstrated a typical active urinary sediment, which returned to normal after delivery, and a positive anti-DNAase B agglutination titer of 1/120 (significantly elevated).
CSF RPR titer was 1:2.4 and treponema pallidum latex agglutination titer was 1:53.4.
In the context of a clinically compatible illness, brucellosis is confirmed by a fourfold or greater rise in Brucella agglutination titer between acute-and convalescent-phase serum specimens obtained at least 2 weeks apart, isolation of Brucellae in culture, or demonstration of organism presence by specific immunohistochemical staining (3).
Eight cases, including both fatal cases, were confirmed either by culture (four patients) or four-fold rises in serum agglutination titer (four patients).