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MIFTManchester International Freight Terminal (UK)
MIFTMalaysian Institute of Food Technology
MIFTMedical Institute for Tamils (Ontario, Canada)
MIFTMangalore Institute of Fashion Technology
MIFTManually Initiated Funds Transfer
MIFTMediation to Implement Feedback in Training
MIFTMalta Industrial Fábrica de Tintas (Portugese)
MIFTMultiple Independent Fluorescence Techniques
MIFTMicroimmunofluorescence Test
MIFTMacomb Intermediate Federation of Teachers (Mt. Clemens, MI)
MIFTMassachusetts Instream Flow Task Force
MIFTMonsters, Inc. Factory Tour
MIFTMeat Industry Focus Team (University of Missouri)
MIFTMadras Institute of Fashion Technology (India)
MIFTMercantile International Finance and Trade
MIFTMilitant Islamic Fundamentalist Terrorist
MIFTMaryland Information Fluency Team (University of Maryland)
MIFTMirror Image Fixation Target
MIFTMean Interval Free Time
MIFTMothers in Fellowship Together
MIFTMen in for Trouble (Santa Clarita, CA website)
MIFTMission Italo-Française de Tamna (French)
MIFTMachine Independent File Format
MIFTManipal Institute of Fashion Technology (India)
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A comparison of antibody detection by a microimmunofluorescence test and an enzyme immunoassay," Journal of Internal Medicine, vol.
Adaptation of a microimmunofluorescence test to the study of human Rickettsia tsutsugamushi antibody.
typhi were assayed by using a variation of the standard microimmunofluorescence test for rickettsiae (6).
Antibodies to Coxiella burnetii phase 1 and 11 antigens and to Chlamydia pneumoniae were determined by a microimmunofluorescence test, as described (16,17).
psittaci include complement-fixation (CF) tests, modified-direct CF tests, latex-agglutination tests, elementary-body agglutination (EBA) tests, and microimmunofluorescence tests. A single testing method may not be adequate because of the diversity of reactions with immunoglobulins from the various avian species.
Dasch for discussion and review of the manuscript and Joseph Singleton for performing the microimmunofluorescence tests.