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Agglutination Tests

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  • We prospectively evaluated the clinical utility of a new, promising commercial latex particle agglutination test (i.e., Cand-Tec, Ramco Laboratories, Inc., Houston, Texas) [26].
  • Slide agglutination tests were negative with cultures grown below 32 degrees C. The production of K99 antigen appeared to be related to the O antigen carried by the host strain, but it seemed to be independent of the absence or the presence of various K polysaccharide antigens [27].
  • Antigens were detected on the surface of C. albicans by agglutination tests with either H9 or C6 over a 48-h growth period [28].
  • By DDAVP-stimulated D-Dimer agglutination test 8 in 21 patients in the placebo group (38%) still had reduced fibronolytic capacity versus none in the gemfibrozil group (p = 0.001) [29].
  • In contrast, when the test was performed with Formalin-fixed tachyzoites (HS antigens; HS agglutination test), positive results were obtained during both the acute and chronic (latent) stages of the infection [30].

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