Weil, Felix

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  • weil-felix — weil fe·lix …   English syllables

  • Weil–Felix — …   Useful english dictionary

  • Weil-Felix-Reaktion —   [nach dem Hygieniker Edmund Weil, * 1880, ✝ 1922, und dem Bakteriologen Arthur Felix, * 1887, ✝ 1956], serologische Reaktion zum Nachweis einer Fleckfieberinfektion; beruht auf einer Agglutination von bestimmten Bakterienstämmen der Gattung… …   Universal-Lexikon

  • Weil-Felix test — n WEIL FELIX REACTION * * * (for typhus and certain other rickettsial diseases) the blood serum of a patient with suspected rickettsial disease is tested against certain strains of Proteus vulgaris (OX 2, OX 19, OX K).The agglutination reactions …   Medical dictionary

  • Weil-Félix, serodiagnóstico de — inmun. Reacción inmunológica por aglutinación que se utiliza para diagnosticar los afectados de tifus exantemático. Medical Dictionary. 2011 …   Diccionario médico

  • Weil-Felix test — The Weil Felix test is a test for the presence and type of rickettsial disease based on the agglutination of OX strains of Proteus vulgaris with suspected rickettsia in a patient s blood serum. It is a heterophile agglutinition reaction. The non… …   Wikipedia

  • weil-felix reaction — ˈvī(ə)lˈfāliks noun or weil felix test Usage: usually capitalized W&F Etymology: after Edmund Weil died 1922 and Arthur Felix died 1956 Austrian physicians : an agglutination test for various rickettsial infections (as typhus fever and scrub… …   Useful english dictionary

  • weil-felix test — noun see weil felix reaction …   Useful english dictionary

  • Weil-Felix reaction — Weil Fe·lix reaction vī(ə)l fā liks n an agglutination test for various rickettsial infections (as typhus and tsutsugamushi disease) using particular strains of bacteria of the genus Proteus that have antigens in common with the rickettsiae to be …   Medical dictionary

  • Weil-Felix test (reaction) — Weil Fe·lix test (reaction) (vīlґ faґliks) [Edmund Weil, Austrian physician in Czechoslovakia, 1880–1922; Arthur Felix, Polish born bacteriologist in England, 1887–1956] see under test …   Medical dictionary

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