microagglutination test

microagglutination test

see microscopic agglutination test.
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The diagnosis of tularemia was confirmed by detection of specific antibodies by microagglutination test and/or F.
Diagnoses were primarily established by microagglutination test results (titer [greater than or equal to] 1:160) for 98 patients and by F.
Material and Methods: Sixteen cases admitted with lymphadenopathy and with Francisella tularensis anticor titer of 1/160 and above in the microagglutination test were investigated retrospectively.
Conclusion: To keep infection under control it is very important to investigate whether there are patients with similar complaints in the same area, to request a microagglutination test in cases suspected of having tularemia and to start appropriate treatment early.
Serum samples were available from 48 and were analyzed with the microagglutination test (4).
Evaluation of a safranin-O stained antigen microagglutination test for Francisella tularensis antibodies.
The microagglutination test (MAT) has been the reference method for serologic diagnosis of leptospirosis.
Acute-phase serum was positive for leptospira IgM antibody by ELISA but negative for all serovars by microagglutination test at CDC.
Evaluation of a safranin-O-stained antigen microagglutination test for Francisella tularensis antibodies.
The microagglutination test with 10 serovars was positive for leptospirosis, as well as macroagglutination and enzyme-linked immunosorbent assay (ELISA) with leptospiral antigen, for immunoglobulin (Ig) M.
fainei as antigens; and a microagglutination test (MAT) (10,11).
A comparison of the complement fixation, indirect fluorescent antibody, and microagglutination tests for the serological diagnosis of rickettsial diseases.