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Fig. 1 | BMC Infectious Diseases

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From: An ELISA assay using a combination of recombinant proteins from multiple strains of Orientia tsutsugamushi offers an accurate diagnosis for scrub typhus

Fig. 1

IgG or IgM titer distribution of IFA positive samples. The distribution of IFA titer in the 248 samples used in the ELISA assay. The reciprocal IgG or IgM IFA titer needs to be > = 400 in order to be considered as positive cases of scrub typhus. Blue bars represent number of samples with given IgG IFA titers and red bars represent number of samples with given IgM IFA titers. The numbers given on top of each bar indicate the number of samples having respective IFA titer

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