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The detection of the HB'S Antigen by a reversed passive haemagglutination test (Hépanosticon) in sera previously heated at 56 degrees C for 30 mn, is simple and rapid but gives a relatively high number of false positive results. A simple technique is suggested by heating sera betwen 68 degrees C and 80 degrees C and then by centrifugation at 1.500 g for 15(More)
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