Immunoglobulin Specificity of the Microagglutination Test for the Legionnaires' Disease Bacterium

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Abstract

Differences in results of microagglutination tests for the Legionnaires' disease bacterium on untreated sera and sera treated with 2-mercaptoethanol suggest that, like other agglutination tests, the microagglutination test is heavily dependent on the presence of IgM antibody.

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