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Differential immunodetection of toxin B from highly virulent Clostridium difficile BI/NAP-1/027.
Development and Validation of Digital Enzyme-Linked Immunosorbent Assays for Ultrasensitive Detection and Quantification of Clostridium difficile Toxins in Stool.
Ultrasensitive Detection and Quantification of Toxins for Optimized Diagnosis of Clostridium difficile Infection.
Comparison of Clostridioides difficile Stool Toxin Concentrations in Adults With Symptomatic Infection and Asymptomatic Carriage Using an Ultrasensitive Quantitative Immunoassay.
Host Immune Markers Distinguish Clostridioides difficile Infection From Asymptomatic Carriage and Non-C. difficile Diarrhea.
Toxin A-Predominant Pathogenic Clostridioides difficile: A Novel Clinical Phenotype.
Absence of Toxemia in Clostridioides difficile Infection: Results from Ultrasensitive Toxin Assay of Serum.