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A haemagglutination test for staphylococcal anti-leucocidin
  1. N. P. Markham
  1. Department of Microbiology, University of Otago Medical School, Dunedin, New Zealand


    A haemagglutination test using tanned erythrocytes sensitized with the fast and slow moving components of the Panton-Valentine staphylococcal leucocidin is described. From the results obtained it is suggested that this test could be useful in the diagnosis of deep-seated staphylococcal lesions.

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