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Significance of urinary immunoglobulins in tests for antibody-coated bacteria.
  1. E Hjelm,
  2. U Forsum,
  3. L Frödin


    The relationship between urinary immunoglobulin levels and coating of a panel of bacteria by these immunoglobulins has been investigated. The results indicate that elevated urinary immunoglobulin levels are a distinct hazard in interpreting tests for antibody-coated bacteria as indicating upper or lower urinary tract infections.

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