Prevalence of antibody to serogroups 1-4 of Legionella pneumophila: a seroepidemiologic study using the indirect hemagglutination test.

@article{Yonke1982PrevalenceOA,
  title={Prevalence of antibody to serogroups 1-4 of Legionella pneumophila: a seroepidemiologic study using the indirect hemagglutination test.},
  author={C A Yonke and H E Stiefel and Berttina B. Wentworth and David L. Wilson},
  journal={American journal of epidemiology},
  year={1982},
  volume={115 5},
  pages={633-9}
}
An indirect hemagglutination test was used to determine the prevalence of antibody to serogroups 1-4 of Legionella pneumophila in sera from 1200 apparently healthy Michigan residents. Serogroup 1 was the most prevalent; 71 (11.8%) of 600 sera collected during the winter months (January-April, 1980) and 131 (21.8%) of 600 sera collected during the summer… CONTINUE READING