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Experience in the demonstration of hepatitis b surface antigen by reverse passive hem agglutination

, : Experience in the demonstration of hepatitis b surface antigen by reverse passive hem agglutination. Ceskoslovenska Epidemiologie Mikrobiologie Imunologie 30(4): 199-202

Experiments using human convalescent serum were done to evaluate a Czechoslovakian-manufactured reverse passive hemagglutination diagnostic kit (Sevatest-Habesag) for hepatitis B surface antigen. Specificity of results of the Sevatest-Habesag method were confirmed in tests with hemagglutination-inhibition positive sera. The Czechoslovak diagnostic kit was as sensitive and specific as the imported Hepatest kit.

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