Bacterial Antigen polyvalent control -
Slide agglutination / Tube test
2 - 8 °C
Febrile diseases diagnostic may be assessed either by microorganism isolation or by titration of specific antibodies, somatic (O) and flagellar (H). The detection of these antibodies forms the basis for the long established Widal test. This test dedicates that a serum with high levels of agglutinating antibodies to O and H >1/100 is indicative of the infection with these microorganism.
The Bacterial Antigens is a slide and tube agglutination test for the qualitative and semi-quantitative detection of antibodies anti-Salmonella, Brucella and certain Rickettsias in human serum.