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Specificity of the passive hemagglutination test for antibody to rubella virus and the passive hemagglutination response after vaccination

, : Specificity of the passive hemagglutination test for antibody to rubella virus and the passive hemagglutination response after vaccination. Journal of Clinical Microbiology 13(1): 226-227

Nonspecific reactions by the passive hemagglutination test for rubella viral antibody occurred with 1.5% of sera tested. Rises in passive hemagglutination titers (greater than or equal to 4X) occurred with some serum samples taken 14 days after vaccination.

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