card test

card test

a test in which the reagent or antigen, usually dyed, is impregnated into absorbent paper. The subject specimen of urine, blood, plasma or serum is placed on the impregnated card and a color or similarly easily seen change is recorded.

brucellosis card test
the reagent is dyed antigen consisting of a whole-cell suspension of Brucella abortus strain 1119-3. The antibody whose presence is under test is in plasma collected from the subject animals and extracted rapidly from the blood by the use of a special clumping agent. Only a positive or negative result is recorded.
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Ms Fitzgerald said: "On November 25, an investigating officer inserted a greeting card test item with money and made a note of the serial number.
income tax purposes, unless he or she satisfies one of two tests: the "substantial presence test" or the "green card test.
Any test for a citing has to pass the red card test, and this does not pass that test," said Harlequins boss Conor O'Shea.
Combining the complementary smart card test offers of the two former companies, KEOLABS is able to provide end-to-end test solutions to validate their customers' products.
Within 6 months, more than 22% of people who received calls ordered and completed a stool card test, compared with only 16% of those who didn't receive the phone calls but may have been reminded of testing during a physician visit.
The grip therefore clamps the prepared card test layer so that a peeling angle of 90 degrees is maintained during measurement.
The ICT Malaria Pf card test was found to be a highly effective diagnostic tool, with a sensitivity of 99.
No other actions of foul play were deemed to have satisfied the "red card test," but Shaw had received a Level 1 citing - the equivalent of a yellow card - for punching.
For income tax purposes, this is objectively based on immigration status (the green card test for those that obtain lawful permanent residence) or physical presence (the substantial presence test).
lugdunensis isolate (large colony morphotype) was susceptible to all antimicrobial agents in the VITEK GPS-P526 card test (bioMerieux) and did not produce [beta]-lactamase.