IgG Antikörper gegen das toxic shock Syndrom Toxin 1 (TSST-1) in Human-Immunglobulinen
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toxic shock Syndrom Toxin-1
IgG antibodies against toxic shock syndrome toxin-1 (TSST-1) in human immunoglobulins
IgG antibodies against toxic shock syndrome toxin-1 in human immunoglobulins were determined using the ELISA technique. Of the drugs for intramuscular application, hemogamma and beriglobin contained the highest amount of antibodies. The highest concentration of antibodies in drugs for intravenous application was found inPseudomonas polyglobin and in Venimmun.
Key wordsStaphylococcus aureus Toxic shock syndrome Toxic shock syndrome toxin-1
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