Weil-Felix test

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Weil-Felix test

[′vīl ′fā·liks ‚test]
(immunology)
An agglutination test for various rickettsial infections based on production of nonspecific agglutinins in the blood of infected patients, and using various strains of Proteus vulgaris as antigen.
McGraw-Hill Dictionary of Scientific & Technical Terms, 6E, Copyright © 2003 by The McGraw-Hill Companies, Inc.
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Arthur Felix Asis, chief of the Taguig City Police, said a crime is considered solved when the suspect is identified, a case is filed in court, and the suspect is detained or arrested.
Arthur Felix Asis, identified the fatality as Donato Regalado Fegueroa.
Arthur Felix Asis said that the workers were pouring cement on the said floor when the accident happened.
Arthur Felix Asis said that a portion of The Suites on 28th St.
Arthur Felix Asis said this would improve the police-population ratio in Taguig, currently at 1:2,700 compared to the ideal 1:500.
Arthur Felix Asis said they found another ID card belonging to Sharrah Jane Belleza, 22, an employee of the Ninoy Aquino International Airport.
Senior Superintendent Arthur Felix Asis, Taguig City Police chief, said in a text message to reporters that jealousy drove the unnamed suspect to kill the mother and child, whom he left dead in a vacant lot along the southbound lane of C5 road.
Among the police officials believed to have "underreported crime incidents" were Senior Superintendents Rodolfo Llorca of Pasay City, Florendo Quibuyen of Mandaluyong City, Joselito Daniel of San Juan City, Arthur Felix Asis of Taguig City and Ariel Andrade of Paranaque City, Supt.
A newspaper report quoted DIDM chief Director Don Montenegro as saying that the concerned police officials were Senior Superintendents Rodolfo Llorca of Pasay, Florendo Quibuyen of Mandaluyong, Joselito Daniel of San Juan, Arthur Felix Asis of Taguig and Ariel Andrade of Paranaque.
Senior Superintendent Arthur Felix Asis, Taguig police chief, said the "decomposing" bodies of James Nagara, 3, and Dayne Buenaflor, 4, were found at the back seat of a black Sedan vehicle parked at a garage near the office of Barangay (village) Wawa, Taguig around 10 a.m.