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TEST. Something by which to ascertain the truth respecting another thing. 7 Penn. St. Rep. 428; 6 Whart. 284. Vide Religious Test.

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Interpretation criteria for comparative intradermal tuberculin test for diagnosis of bovine tuberculosis in cattle in Maroua area of Cameroon.
All tuberculin tests were conducted by the same person and sputum sample collections and culturing done by laboratory personnel.
The negative tuberculin test. American Journal of Respiratory Critical Care Medicine, 149, 1699-1709.
In 1930, 60 per cent of young people were sensitive to the tuberculin test and 85 per cent in 1946.
(A tuberculin test to check on infection; a chest X-ray to see if there is damage.)
Perhaps significantly, six of the seven with increasing CD4s -- but none of the four with falling CD4s -- show evidence of a specific form of cell-mediated immunity against HIV, as determined by skin tests resembling the commonly performed tuberculin test. Increasingly, researchers believe that an effective AIDS vaccine will have to induce both antibody-mediated immunity and this cell-mediated immunity.
Main reasons for these gaps are inadequate diagnostic capacity and an over reliance on tuberculin test, chest radiography and/or sputum smear microscopy as diagnostic tools.
At first, guinea pigs were tested for TB by a subcutaneous tuberculin test (STT).
However, the tuberculin test was strongly positive, and the diagnosis of the ear lesions was cutaneous tuberculosis.
Tuberculin test was performed as per procedures adopted by Dacso (1990), and acid fast staining test was performed after (Schaeffer and Fulton 1933).
The skin test is the international standard for the diagnosis of bTB, and accordingly the cervical Single Intra-dermal Tuberculin test (SIT) is primarily used to screen both individual cattle and herds in continental Europe (1,2,3).