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n. coaglutinación, aglutinación de grupos.
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We molecularly serotyped Streptococcus suis isolates (8) and further serotyped positive isolates for cps2 gene by coagglutination (9).
Enterotoxins production was verified using Coagglutination Test Reagent (Staphylococcal Coagglutination (CoA) test).
Among the rapid diagnostic methods, coagglutination, ELISA, and dipstick ELISAs are the most important ones used in detection of V.
Silverwood, "Coagglutination reactions between Candida albicans and oral bacteria," Journal of Medical Microbiology, vol.
These tests include an immunochromatography (Oh et al., 2006), latex agglutination (Sanekata et al., 1996), and coagglutination (Singh et al., 1998).
The serological tests used to define echinococcal antigens are, coagglutination test, counter current immunoelectrophoresis and ELISA.
Rapid detection of pneumococcal antigen in sputum in patients with community acquired pneumonia by Coagglutination. Med Microbiol Immunol (Berl) 1988; 177: 333-338.
An agglutination method that uses S aureus as a carrier is called coagglutination. When erythrocytes are used as the carrier, the procedure is called hemagglutination.
Lim group B strep broth and coagglutination for rapid identification of group B streptococci in preterm pregnant women.
The isolate, confirmed as serotype 2 by using the coagglutination test (8), did not produce the virulence markers muramidase-released protein, extracellular factor, or the hemolysin suilysin.
The system can measure two types of events: polystyrene microparticle coagglutination and polystyrene-gold colloid microparticle coupling.
In many laboratories, latex or coagglutination has replaced extraction precipitation tests such as the Lancefield grouping method.