3 edition of Serologic and chromatographic studies of Marek"s disease. found in the catalog.
Serologic and chromatographic studies of Marek"s disease.
Sajjad Ali Haider
Written in English
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Evaluation of serologic disease markers in a population-based cohort of patients with ulcerative colitis and Crohn's disease William J. Sandborn, Edward V. Loftus, Jean Frederic Colombel, Kenneth A. Fleming, Frank Seibold, Henry A. Homburger, Boualem Sendid, Roger W. Chapman, William J. Tremaine, Debra K. Kaul, Jeannie Wallace, William S Cited by: Often diagnosed by serologic (antibody) response or culture of the organism. [C02] Persistent (Chronic) Disease A person fails to "shake off" the infection, and .
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Serologic studies in coccidioidomycosis. Pappagianis D(1). Author information: (1)Department of Medical Microbiology and Immunology, School of Medicine, University of California, Davis, CAUSA.
Serologic tests are valuable in the management of patients with suspected or confirmed by: Marek's disease (MD) is one of the most common lymphoproliferative diseases of chickens which causes mononuclear infiltration of one or more of the following cells: peripheral nerves, gonad, iris, muscle, viscera, and skin.
MD has been called by several names including "range paralysis", "neural lymphoma" and "skin leucosis". Marek’s Disease (MD) is a common, highly contagious tumor-causing viral infection which affects chickens and sometimes turkeys, worldwide.
There are many different strains of the virus, which vary in pathogenicity from non-pathogenic to highly virulent. Once a chicken is infected, they're infected for life. Although there is a vaccine available which is relatively effective against. Celiac disease is a permanent intolerance to gluten that results in damage to the mucosa of the small intestine.
This damage consists of mucosal inflammation and loss of absorptive surface area and is manifested by a broad spectrum of symptoms and nutritional deficiencies (7, 15, 23).For almost 30 years, intestinal biopsy has been the standard for the diagnosis of this by: serologic: [-loj′ik] Etymology: L, serum, whey; Gk, logos, science pertaining to the branch of medicine concerned with the study of blood sera.
Studies of Alarek's disease I 9 organs. An apparently similar disease was also observed In England ()6).
BIGGS5) named the disease as "acute Marek's disease" on the basis of transmission experiments and studies of the condition in the field, and called "fowl paralysis" or "neurolymphomatosis" as "classical Marek's disease."Cited by: Comparative Diagnostic Studies on Marek’s Disease in chickens by Use of Histopathology and Molecular Investigation Abdel Moniem A Ali, El-Sayed RA El-Attar, Mohamed H Mohamed and.
SEROLOGIC STUDIES ON FAVISM S. Zvi KANTOR, M.D.,* AND CARL E. ARBESMAN, M.D., BUFFALO, N. FAVISM is a disease which is characterized by an acute herrtolytic anelliia with hematuria and jaundice. It is produced by the ingestion of the broad bean (Vicia fava) or by inhalation of its pollen when the plant is in by: T O THE E DITOR —The article by Steere et al.
describing serologic testing for Lyme disease contains the following conclusion: “the sensitivity of 2-tier testing in patients with later manifestations of Lyme disease was %, and the specificity was 99%” [1, p.
].This conclusion is both disingenuous and misleading. Steere et al.  classified 44 patients as Cited by: 7. SEROLOGIC STUDIES IN ACUTE EYE DISEASES* CLAUDE C. GRAY, M.D., AND WILLIAM A. MOOR, B.A. Saint Louis It has been stated that the sera of pa tients affected by an acute febrile illness as, for example, pneumonia, tonsillitis, sinusitis, and acute upper respiratory in fections, will produce a swelling of the capsule of Type XXVII pneumococcus.1 It was decided to apply this Author: Claude C.
Gray, William A. Moor. Prospective Study of Serologic Tests for Lyme Disease Article (PDF Available) in Clinical Infectious Diseases 47(2) August with Reads How we measure 'reads'. Sera of children with congenital diseases and of tumor patients were tested for BK virus-specific antibodies by hemagglutination inhibition and Cited by: serologic analysis were mild and self-limiting, and the main symptom was fever without typical clinical signs.
Fever of unknown etiology was diagnosed in 24% and inﬂ uenza in 9% of the patients with additional serologic analysis, com-pared with 35% and 4%, respectively, in the group with routine investigations only (Table 2).
To ascertain use of serologic tests for Lyme disease (LD) in Maryland, all laboratories registered with the State Health Department were surveyed. Results show that from to17 laboratories performedserologic tests costing $ million on Maryland residents; 90% of these tests were by: T1 - Molecular and serologic characterization, pathogenicity, and protection studies with infectious bronchitis virus field isolates from California.
AU - Jackwood, Mark W. AU - Hilt, Deborah A. AU - Williams, Susan M. AU - Woolcock, Peter. AU - Cardona, Carol. AU - O'Connor, Robert. PY - /6/1. Y1 - /6/1Cited by: Marek’s disease virus (MDV) infects poultry.
It is a member of the Herpesviridae family, in the genus Mardivirus and it can be divided into pathotypes that are dependent on virulence: mild (m), virulent (v), very virulent (vv), and very virulent plus (vv+). MDV is enveloped, with a capsid and a double stranded DNA genome. Associated diseases: MDV causes Marek's disease which.
Marek’s disease (MD), named after the Hungarian pathologist Jozsef Marek, is a lymphoproliferative and neuropathic disease of domestic chickens, and less commonly, turkeys and quails, caused by a highly contagious, cell-associated herpesvirus.
Serologic Tests for Lyme Disease • CID (15 July) • tively the serologic responses in patients with various mani-festations of Lyme disease and in control subjects. PATIENTS AND METHODS.
Study subjects. From through2 primary care phy-sicians at ﬁeld sites in East Lyme, Connecticut, or Wakeﬁeld. We evaluated a virus-infected cell-based indirect immunofluorescence assay for detecting anti–severe acute respiratory syndrome-associated coronavirus (SARS-CoV) immunoglobulin (Ig) G antibody.
All confirmed SARS cases demonstrated seroconversion or fourfold rise in IgG antibody titer; no control was positive. Sensitivity and specificity of this assay were both %.
Abstract The indirect immunofluorescent technic has proved of value in differential diagnosis of bullous diseases. Of 24 patients with pemphigus vulgaris Cited by:. serology [se-rol´ah-je] originally, the study of the in vitro reactions of immune sera, e.g., precipitin, agglutination, and complement fixation reactions.
Currently, the term is used to refer to the use of such reactions to measure serum antibody titers in infectious disease (serologic tests), to the clinical correlations of the antibody titer (the.title = "Diagnosing Lyme Disease: The Contribution of Serologic Testing", abstract = "Lyme disease is a multisystem disorder caused by a tick-transmitted spirochete, Borrelia burgdorferi.
The diagnosis is based on clinical findings in most patients, particularly those with erythema migrans or exposure to geographic locations endemic for the Cited by: Serologic Diagnosis of Lyme Disease.
LOUIS A. MAGNARELLI. Department of Entomology The Connecticut Agricultural Experiment Station P.O. Box New Haven, Connecticut Search for more papers by this author. LOUIS A. by: