||Serological Differences in 'Legionella pneumophila' Infections.
Plouffe, J. F. ;
Bollin, G. E. ;
Para, M. F. ;
Kelly, K. A. ;
||Ohio State Univ., Columbus. Div. of Infectious Diseases.;Health Effects Research Lab., Research Triangle Park, NC.
Lobar pneumonia ;
Potable water ;
Guinea pigs ;
Legionella pneumophila ;
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Guinea pigs were infected with two subtypes of Legionella pneumophila serogroup 1 (UH1 and RH1). Seroconversion by indirect fluorescent-antibody assay was demonstrated in 94 to 97% of guinea pigs when the challenge strain was used as the antigen. The standard Philadelphia 1 antigen demonstrated seroconversion in 94% UH1-challenged animals, but in only 66% of RH1-challenged animals. (Copyright (c) 1984 American Society for Microbiology.)