Author(s): Wirrmann C
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Abstract A serodiagnostic test based on antigen 60 has been used to analyse the presence of IgG antibodies specific for mycobacteria, in the serum of the employees of a food supermarket. More than fourteen percent of the employees were seropositive, compared to 1.5\% in a health adult population. The seropositives were restricted to those employees who were in direct contact with the customers.
This article was published in Eur J Epidemiol
and referenced in Clinical Microbiology: Open Access