Yersiniosis

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Yersiniosis

Yersiniosis is an acute intestinal disease characterized by diarrhea, abdominal pain and high fever. It is caused by the bacterium Yersinia enterocolitica or, rarely, Yersinia pseudotuberculosis. While culture of the organism from a fecal specimen provides a definitive diagnosis, serological results showing a rise in antibody titer in specimens collected 15 days apart provide significant evidence of infection.

<em>Yersinia</em> Serology (Detection of Anti-<em>Yersinia</em> 0:3, 0:9 and T1 Antibodies)
Yersinia Serology (Detection of Anti-Yersinia 0:3, 0:9 and T1 Antibodies)

63500
Kit for detection of antibodies to Yersinia serotypes O:3, O:9, and T1 by agglutination; provides evidence of yersiniosis (20 tests)

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<em>Yersinia</em> Control Sera
Yersinia Control Sera

63505
Set of 3 positive control sera reactive to Yersinia serotypes O:3, O:9, and T1 (3 x 1 mL each)

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