Reagents, Serology, Rapid Test, Bacteria, Febrile Agglutinin
Definition : Serology reagents used in rapid tests to detect antibodies in a patient's sample to gram-negative bacteria causing fever of unknown origin. Typically, these reagents include either antigens (e.g., Salmonella O and H, Brucella abortus, and Proteus OX-19) to detect antibodies caused by typhoid fever, brucellosis, and tularemia and/or other Proteus antigens (e.g., Proteus OX2 and OX-K) to detect antibodies to Rickettsia diseases.
Entry Terms : "Widal Test Reagents" , "Weil-Felix Test Reagents" , "Typhoid Fever Antibody Determination Reagents" , "Febrile Agglutinin Determination Reagents, Rapid Test" , "Reagents, Proteus OX Antibody" , "Reagents, Bacterial (Febrile) Agglutinin"
UMDC code : 19037