Diagnosis of histoplasmosis by antigen
detection based upon experience at the histoplasmosis reference laboratory.
In recently vaccinated persons, memory cells are expanded by antigen
reexposure, and their increase in frequency could be quantitatively detected by the rapid flow cytometric T-cell assay, confirming the efficacy of vaccination.
The scan engines employed by Antigen
have all been rated superior by various virus-testing labs and all consistently score high marks for their effectiveness in virus scanning.