Excerpt from Journal of the Royal Army Medical Corps, Vol. 30: February, 1918 In order fully to appreciate the potential errors of the agglutination phenomenon, and its amplification, the absorption of agglutinin test, in their application to the identification of micro-organisms, and the establish ment of the relationship which they bear to disease processes, it is essential that the factors concerned in the mechanism of these reactions should be borne in mind.
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