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  1. Shigella Antisera, S. dysenteriae pool antiserum (type 1-10)  ,

    Staten Serum Institute

    Shigella Antisera, S. dysenteriae pool antiserum (type 1-10) ,

    Clinical relevance

    Shigella infections (shigellosis) can cause both bloody diarrhoea (dysentery) and non-bloody diarrhoea. There are four species of Shigella, S. dysenteriae(15 serotypes), S. flexneri (8 serotypes, with serotypes 1-5 subdivided into 10 sub-serotypes), S. boydii (19 serotypes) and S. sonnei (1 serotype, but this has two phases).
    The serological identification of Shigella species is important both clinically and epidemiologically. S. flexneri and S. boydii are often biochemically identical, and can therefore be differentiated only using serological tests. In developed countries, S. sonnei and S. flexneri are the most prevalent serotypes, while in developing countries, S. dysenteriae (particularly serotype 1) is the most prevalent.

    Catalogue Number

    # SSI66442

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  2. Shigella Antisera, S. flexneri pool antiserum (type 1-6, group 3

    Staten Serum Institute

    Shigella Antisera, S. flexneri pool antiserum (type 1-6, group 3

    Clinical relevance

    Shigella infections (shigellosis) can cause both bloody diarrhoea (dysentery) and non-bloody diarrhoea. There are four species of Shigella, S. dysenteriae(15 serotypes), S. flexneri (8 serotypes, with serotypes 1-5 subdivided into 10 sub-serotypes), S. boydii (19 serotypes) and S. sonnei (1 serotype, but this has two phases).
    The serological identification of Shigella species is important both clinically and epidemiologically. S. flexneri and S. boydii are often biochemically identical, and can therefore be differentiated only using serological tests. In developed countries, S. sonnei and S. flexneri are the most prevalent serotypes, while in developing countries, S. dysenteriae (particularly serotype 1) is the most prevalent.

    Catalogue Number

    # SSI66443

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  3. Shigella Antisera, S. boydii pool antiserum (type 1-15), 3 mL vi

    Staten Serum Institute

    Shigella Antisera, S. boydii pool antiserum (type 1-15), 3 mL vi

    Clinical relevance

    Shigella infections (shigellosis) can cause both bloody diarrhoea (dysentery) and non-bloody diarrhoea. There are four species of Shigella, S. dysenteriae(15 serotypes), S. flexneri (8 serotypes, with serotypes 1-5 subdivided into 10 sub-serotypes), S. boydii (19 serotypes) and S. sonnei (1 serotype, but this has two phases).
    The serological identification of Shigella species is important both clinically and epidemiologically. S. flexneri and S. boydii are often biochemically identical, and can therefore be differentiated only using serological tests. In developed countries, S. sonnei and S. flexneri are the most prevalent serotypes, while in developing countries, S. dysenteriae (particularly serotype 1) is the most prevalent.

    Catalogue Number

    # SSI66444

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  4. Shigella Antisera, S. sonnei pool antiserum (phase I and II), 3

    Staten Serum Institute

    Shigella Antisera, S. sonnei pool antiserum (phase I and II), 3

    Clinical relevance

    Shigella infections (shigellosis) can cause both bloody diarrhoea (dysentery) and non-bloody diarrhoea. There are four species of Shigella, S. dysenteriae(15 serotypes), S. flexneri (8 serotypes, with serotypes 1-5 subdivided into 10 sub-serotypes), S. boydii (19 serotypes) and S. sonnei (1 serotype, but this has two phases).
    The serological identification of Shigella species is important both clinically and epidemiologically. S. flexneri and S. boydii are often biochemically identical, and can therefore be differentiated only using serological tests. In developed countries, S. sonnei and S. flexneri are the most prevalent serotypes, while in developing countries, S. dysenteriae (particularly serotype 1) is the most prevalent.

    Catalogue Number

    # SSI66445

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  5. Shigella Antisera, S. sonnei phase I antiserum, 3 mL vial

    Staten Serum Institute

    Shigella Antisera, S. sonnei phase I antiserum, 3 mL vial

    Clinical relevance

    Shigella infections (shigellosis) can cause both bloody diarrhoea (dysentery) and non-bloody diarrhoea. There are four species of Shigella, S. dysenteriae(15 serotypes), S. flexneri (8 serotypes, with serotypes 1-5 subdivided into 10 sub-serotypes), S. boydii (19 serotypes) and S. sonnei (1 serotype, but this has two phases).
    The serological identification of Shigella species is important both clinically and epidemiologically. S. flexneri and S. boydii are often biochemically identical, and can therefore be differentiated only using serological tests. In developed countries, S. sonnei and S. flexneri are the most prevalent serotypes, while in developing countries, S. dysenteriae (particularly serotype 1) is the most prevalent.

    Catalogue Number

    # SSI66446

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