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Table 1 Reactivity of samples against different test ELISA

From: Highly discordant serology against Trypanosoma cruzi in central Veracruz, Mexico: role of the antigen used for diagnostic

Group    Tests    Number of reactive samples (%)
LJ01 CL-Brener NovaLisa Chagatek Chagatest
1 R R R R R 1 (0.5 %)
2 R N R R R 1 (0.5 %)
3 R R R N N 8 (4.0 %)
4 R N R R N 1 (0.5 %)
5 R R N N N 16 (8.1 %)
6 R N R N N 12 (6.1 %)
7 N R R N N 1 (0.5 %)
8 R N N N N 23 (11.7 %)
9 N N R N N 9 (4.6 %)
10 N R N N N 2 (1.0 %)
11 N N N N N 122 (62.2 %)
Totala 62 (31.6 %) 28 (14.3 %) 33 (16.8 %) 3 (1.5 %) 2 (1.0 %) 196 (100 %)
  1. Note: The sum of the values and percentages (a) of the last row does not reflect the total number of samples, but refers to the samples which were reactive for each test
  2. Groups 1–4: Samples reactive for more than three tests
  3. Groups 5–7: Samples reactive for two tests
  4. Groups 8–10: Samples reactive for one test
  5. Group 11: Sample negative for all test
  6. R Reactive, N Negative