Rapid diagnosis of systemic candidiasis in children with cancer by pyrolysis gas liquid chromatography
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A pyrolysis gas liquid Chromatographic method for detection of Candida antigen in patients with disseminated candidiasis is described. The test was positive in 73% of cases and no false positives or false negatives were noted in controls.
KeywordsChromatography Liquid Chromatography Pyrolysis False Positive Candida
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