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Complement fixation test to Coxiella burnetti

Complement fixation test to Coxiella burnetti

Complement fixation test to Coxiella burnetti: A complement fixation test to Coxiella burnetti is a blood test used to detect antibodies to Coxiella burnetti bacteria, which causes infectious Q fever. This organism can be spread to humans that work in a farm animal setting.

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