Autorité publique indépendante à caractère scientifique, la Haute Autorité de santé (HAS) vise à développer la qualité dans le champ sanitaire, social et médico-social, au bénéfice des personnes. Elle travaille aux côtés des pouvoirs publics dont elle éclaire la décision, avec les professionnels pour optimiser leurs pratiques et organisations, et au bénéfice des usagers dont elle renforce la capacité à faire des choix., The only diagnostic test currently recommended for early diagnosis of COVID-19 is the RT-PCR molecular test used to detect the SARS-CoV-2 coronavirus genome Serological tests are not recommended in the context of early diagnosis of COVID-19 infec-tion during the first week following the onset of symptoms Serological tests are unable to determine how contagious an individual is Serological tests are only able to determine whether an individual has produced antibodies in response to SARS-CoV-2 virus infection Antibody production kinetics against the virus remain poorly
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This column describes the collection of specimens, laboratory processing, useful radiographic procedures, and other diagnostic tests. Culture or test sensitivities with respect to the diagnosis in question are placed in parentheses immediately following the test when known-eg, Gram stain (60%). Pertinent serologic tests are also listed. Keep in mind that few infections can be identified by definitive diagnostic tests and that clinical judgment is critical to making difficult diagnoses when test results are equivocal. ...
Two questions 1) what has your doctor told you about these titers? If you are not happy about his or her answers, did you ask for a second opinion? 2) Why were titers done in the first place? I am not aware of any recommendation from U.S. professional or governmental organizations advocating routine screening for CMV during pregnancy. Serological tests are notoriously inaccurate. Congenital CMV is a rare disease ...
Infection rates are on the rise as the world begins to open back up and we adapt to our new normal. A pandemic is not a new concept at this point, but it does throw a wrench into our comfortable lives. As we continue to wait for a vaccine or new ways to protect ourselves and our loved ones, scientists and front line workers have worked day in and day out to come up with solutions to bring things back to normal. Were proud to announce that we have a brand new, proprietary testing kit available to you and your family now.. Our new tests are serology tests, meaning they look for the presence of antibodies in blood. COVID-19 tests started as a cotton swab to the back of the nasal cavity to test for the viruss presence in the mucous membranes. This is uncomfortable and requires the sample to be sent to a lab for testing, then waiting days to receive the results. Our serology test uses blood instead of mucus, giving a quick result. If a person has had the virus in their system, the antibody test ...
MILAN, May 4, 2021 /PRNewswire/ -- Sentinel Diagnostics Launches Two New Serological Tests To Quickly Assess The Immunoresponse To SARS-CoV-2
The test is a serology test - also called an antibody test helps to detect the IgG antibody to SARS-CoV-2. An antibody is a protein that the body produces in the late stages of infection and may remain for up to months and possibly years after a person has recovered. Detecting these IgG antibodies will help determine if a person was previously infected with the virus that causes COVID-19. To perform this test blood is drawn and sent to Middletown Medicals Lab. It is then processes and results are relatively quick to flow. ...
Null or exceptional values can be represented two ways in FHIR Observations. One way is to simply include them in the value set and represent the exceptions in the value. For example, measurement values for a serology test could be detected, not detected, inconclusive, or specimen unsatisfactory.. The alternate way is to use the value element for actual observations and use the explicit dataAbsentReason element to record exceptional values. For example, the dataAbsentReason code error could be used when the measurement was not completed. Note that an observation may only be reported if there are values to report. For example differential cell counts values may be reported only when , 0. Because of these options, use-case agreements are required to interpret general observations for null or exceptional values.. ...
Assays that identify Salmonella antibodies or antigens support the diagnosis of typhoid fever, but these results should be confirmed with cultures or DNA evidence. The Widal test was the mainstay of t... more
Accurate tests for active SARS-CoV-2 infection and subsequent serological tests for the presence of anti-viral antibodies are key tools for identifying affected individuals and for understanding the adaptive immune response in those who have recovered. Availability of specific and sensitive tests of both type (for diagnosis and antibody testing) is critical to the success of efforts to fight the COVID-19 pandemic. Promega provides products and custom services to labs designing, performing and scaling up molecular tests, and to support labs researching antibody responses to develop serological test methods.
Routine clinical examination is generally used as an initial screening to help diagnose before specific examination performed. Serologic tests performed using rapid test method, agglutination reaction and immunochromatography. ...
Inoculation of mice from appropriate crosses with two strain A tumours and one dba (subline 2) tumour showed close linkage of such a gene with the locus for fused. With the A strain it was shown that the gene was identical with that for antigen II present in the erythrocytes. The gene is therefore labelled $H_{2}$. Of sixty-nine backcross mice tested, both serologically and by tumour inoculation, sixty-five gave concordant results, four discordant results. In general, it appears that serological tests are preferable to tumour inoculation in the identification of genotypes. On serological grounds it is suggested that the dba gene is an allele of the above and should be called $H_{2}{}^{d}$. It is possible that there is a long series of alleles at this locus. The indicated genotype of the strains used is as follows: $A,H_{2}H_{2}$; $dba,H_{2}{}^{d}H_{2}{}^{d}$; CBA, C57 and $P,h_{2}h_{2}$; $CA,Fu$ $h_{2}/fu$ $h_{2}$. Further tests may show differences in the $h_{2}$ allele in the last four ...
If serologic tests are negative then PCR tests should be used to look for HCV and HBV. If they are negative, liver biopsy can still be useful to diagnose other liver diseases than viral hepatitis...
HIT is an immune response to heparin that can result in thrombogenic thrombocytopenia. It is often a difficult diagnosis to make, and its diagnosis is dependent upon both clinical and serologic criteria. Due to this ambiguity, increased testing and treatment may occur until serologic test results return. Recently, scoring tools have been developed to assist with the diagnosis of this disease. However, these scoring tools have yet to be validated. Thus, we plan to conduct a prospective, observational study to validate two scoring tools, the 4Ts and the Chong scale, in the diagnosis of HIT.. In order to validate these scoring tools, two physicians will independently score the 4Ts and the Chong scale for all patients suspected of having HIT. These patients will be identified if a physician has ordered HIT antibody testing using the enzyme immunoassay (EIA) method. Confirmatory testing with a serotonin release assay (SRA) will also be performed. ...
Multiple Antigen LOOCV ROC curves.The LOOCV ROC graphs show classifiers with increasing number of human serodiagnostic antigens. Overall, the sensitivity and sp
Serological test will help in knowing the exact proportion of population which was actually infected with the virus.ICMR has already invited tenders for procurement of antibody testing kits which have been approved by US-FDA, EUA CE or NIV Pune
Pets. These sera are collected by samples sent to IZSLER for specific serological tests.. Wildlife animals. These sera are obtained by blood samples sent to IZSLER for serological surveys and/or specific serological tests. Frequently these samples are collected from animals shot during the hunting season, from captured animals or from animals kept in captivity.. All these samples can be used as positive reference samples due to the presence of antibodies towards a specific pathogen, they may be very useful for retrospective serological surveys, validation of innovative serological tests, etc.. Quality controls. All serum samples collected and stored in biobank are tested towards a panel of pathogens with the aim to know the presence/absence of antibodies ...
After more extensive serology tests, the CDC has confirmed that the Illinois man initially believed to be infected with MERS is actually virus-free.
Top Chemistry Lab Choices To know serologic tests and the main reason theyre useful its helpful to understand somewhat regarding the system and the reason we become sick. The decision itself depends on what and your organization process are you currently wanting to do through the use of inventory administration program. The laboratory managers can…. ...
TY - JOUR. T1 - Serodiagnostic Assay of Hepatitis C Virus Infection Using Viral Proteins Expressed in Escherichia coli. AU - Mori, Shigehisa. AU - Ohkoshi, Showgo. AU - Hijikata, Makoto. AU - Kato, Nobuyuki. AU - Shimotohno, Kunitada. PY - 1992/3. Y1 - 1992/3. N2 - Infection with hepatitis C virus (HCV) was analyzed by an enzyme‐linked immunosorbent assay based on recombinant viral proteins encoded by regions of the putative viral core, NS3, NS4 and NS5, which were expressed in E.coli Results showed that 106 of 124 cases (85.5%) of non‐A, non‐B chronic hepatitis and 43 of 45 cases (95.5%) of hepatocellular carcinoma, negative for HBV marker, were positive for antibodies against at least one of these viral proteins. One of 87 healthy individuals with normal alanine aminotransferase activity was positive for antibody against only the viral core, but was negative for HCV RNA. The serum of one patient with chronic hepatitis was positive for one of these proteins, but negative for HCV RNA. ...
This research study was conducted on the Descriptive Serological Diagnostic Techniques of Human Immunodeficiency Virus and Acquired Immune Deficiency Syndrome (HIV/ AIDS) infections amongst adult persons in Maiduguri, Nigeria. 108 blood samples of the volunteers were randomly collected and analysed; 52% (56) are males, while 48% (52) are females. Serological and CD4 cells count techniques were applied. 45 persons were infected, had a total of 42% Seropositivity of infections with HIV/AIDS. Out of the total Seropositive, 64% (29) are females and 16 36% (16) are males. The results revealed that, less than 20 years old are 20% (9), 21 to 30 years are 38% (17), 31 to 40 years are 36% (16), 41 to 50 years are 7% (3) and lastly, those within age range of 51 to 60 years old were found to be seronegative. CD4 count revealed that, those showed seropositive of the total percentage prevalence of HIV/AIDS infection within the range order of the CD4 count range (200/µl), are 4% and are at risk of weaker immunity or
Infection with Toxoplasma has been found to be widespread in the human population and, as a consequence, is receiving increasing attention. The clinical manifestations may range from inapparent infection or benign disease to severe systemic disease or a chronic stage with eye disease and encephalopathy and mental retardation, or both. Because of the variable nature of the disease and the high rate of inapparent infections, laboratory diagnostic methods are essential to proper diagnosis. Serologic tests have received a great deal of emphasis as diagnostic aids in suspected infections with Toxoplasma, the methylene-blue dye test being the most widely used. In recent years the indirect hemagglutination (IH) test has been reported to be a sensitive and specific serologic test that yields titers comparable to or slightly higher than the dye test. Because of its simplicity and safety to the laboratory worker, it has been recommended as a useful test for the serologic diagnosis of toxoplasmosis.
Findings on the serologic test for syphilis in adults, United States, 1960-1962; a discussion of the serologic tests for syphilis used, with data on the percent reactive to the Kolmer Reiter Protein test by age, sex, and race, and an analysis of differentials by place, income, education, occupation, and marital ...
If the time window between viral infection and antibody detectability is short enough (e.g. 0-2 days post-infection) the utility of SARS-CoV-2 serology tests could greatly increase. With many countries struggling to expand molecular PCR testing capacity to the levels needed, serology tests carried out using different technology and by different laboratories/personnel to PCR tests, would be additive to the existing COVID-19 test capacity. The price per test would also likely be significantly lower. Unfortunately, it would be hard to tell from the test results exactly when the patient had become infected, especially as antibody levels post-infection vary greatly between individuals, so the utility of such a test is still in doubt.. Interestingly, SARS-CoV-2 IgA also has potential as a prognostic marker, being associated with more severe disease.. ...
Estimation of circulating immune complex in tuberculosis patients has shown better insight to the infection. Isolating circulating immune complex helps quantifying both antigen and antibody in the serum. Its a simple procedure to improve the sensitivity and specificity in serodiagnosis of tuberculosis. This protocol may be modified to detect antigen/antibody in other infectious diseases.
Le n Bar a, Raul. Significado de la prueba de serolog a positiva para la detecci n de Helicobacter pyloriSignificance of a positive serology test for the detection of Helicobacter pylori. Rev Med Hered, Jul 2004, vol.15, no.3, p.123-124. ISSN 1018- ...
Among the 295 probable cases listed this morning, 35 had a positive serologic-or blood-test. Two of those individuals investigated reported having a COVID-like illness in mid- to late-December. A positive serology test indicates prior coronavirus infection. It does not provide details on when the infection was acquired or whether the individual has durable immunity to COVID-19. Given this, it is hard to determine if their illness in December truly was COVID-19, or if it was due to another respiratory infection (e.g., influenza, other viruses) and they later acquired an asymptomatic COVID-19 infection.. Given reports like the ones that weve had and others around the country, introduction of COVID-19 may have occurred prior to mid-January, said Dr. Spitters. While this is of scientific and academic interest, it doesnt really change where we sit today or where we have to move ahead. We need to continue our focus suppressing transmission by reducing exposures.. Similar advice is shared with ...
Among the 295 probable cases listed this morning, 35 had a positive serologic-or blood-test. Two of those individuals investigated reported having a COVID-like illness in mid- to late-December. A positive serology test indicates prior coronavirus infection. It does not provide details on when the infection was acquired or whether the individual has durable immunity to COVID-19. Given this, it is hard to determine if their illness in December truly was COVID-19, or if it was due to another respiratory infection (e.g., influenza, other viruses) and they later acquired an asymptomatic COVID-19 infection.. Given reports like the ones that weve had and others around the country, introduction of COVID-19 may have occurred prior to mid-January, said Dr. Spitters. While this is of scientific and academic interest, it doesnt really change where we sit today or where we have to move ahead. We need to continue our focus suppressing transmission by reducing exposures.. Similar advice is shared with ...
A new study carried out using existing laboratory test data shows that people who had a positive PCR test for Covid-19 but a negative serology test, meaning that they did not produce detectable antibodies, still had a significant amount of protection from reinfection.. ...
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The agency warned healthcare providers on Tuesday that serological tests intended to detect antibodies to SARS-CoV-2 should not be used as the sole basis to diagnose infection. FDA said it does not expect an antibody test can be shown to ...
This study assessed the adherence to treatment of celiac disease (CD) patients being followed at Brasilias University Hospital. Forty-six CD patients underwent structural interviews. Their answers were compared with their IgA-tTG test results to determine their level of compliance with a gluten-free diet (GDF). The serological test results showed that 56.5% of the patients did not follow a GFD. Consumption of processed gluten-free foods (GFF) was significantly associated with IgA-tTG test result. Eighteen patients had other diseases in addition to CD and 77.8% of these had positive IgA-tTG results. 90.0% of the patients who presented negative serological test results attended the follow-up visits regularly. Adherence to treatment by this group of CD patients is low although most of them report complying with the diet. Compliance is affected by consumption of GFF, follow-up attendance and presence of other diseases. Awareness of these factors allows the establishment of actions that are beneficial to
TY - JOUR. T1 - Problems in the Use of Serologic Tests for the Diagnosis of Lyme Disease. AU - Corpuz, Marilou. AU - Hilton, Eileen. AU - Lardis, M. Peter. AU - Singer, Carol. AU - Zolan, John. PY - 1991/9. Y1 - 1991/9. N2 - Lyme disease can be reliably diagnosed in the presence of erythema migrans. When erythema migrans is absent, serologic tests are often used to confirm the diagnosis. To choose a test for our Lyme disease diagnostic center, serum samples were obtained from 34 patients and tested for antibodies to Borrelia burgdorferi. We evaluated five enzyme-linked immunosorbent assays from Stony Brook (NY) University Hospital, Cambridge Bioscience (Worcester, Mass), Hillcrest Biologicals (Cypress, Calif), Sigma Diagnostics (St Louis, Mo), and Zeus-Wampole Scientific Inc (Raritan, NJ) and two fluorescent antibody tests (3M [Diagnostic Systems Inc, Santa Clara, Calif] and FIAX [Whittaker M.A. Bioproducts Inc, Walkersville, Md]) A positive sample by any test was further analyzed by Western ...
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Investigation of VHSV - infection models with serological methods, 978-3-8381-1463-7, The viral hemorrhagic septicemia (VHS) is a well known disease of salmonid fish and causes great economical losses, especially in rainbow trout farms. To date, only the detection of the augmentable virus count as a positive result for the presence of the disease. However, for the observation of VHS serological methods as indirect verification would be more advantageous. For a long time serological methods are well established for the indirect detection of viral diseases in mammals. Concerning fish, only few serological tests are described to detect VHS. For the validation of serological tests for the detection of VHSV, sufficient comparative data sets about the specificity and sensitivity are still lacking to date, as well as reproducible models for the infection of trout with the virus. Therefore, the aims of the presented work were a comparative study of a) several approaches to infect rainbow trout with VHSV and b)
Campylobacter serology test is a blood test to look for antibodies to bacteria called campylobacter. How the Test is Performed A blood sample is needed.
The diagnoses of Lyme disease based on clinical manifestations, serological findings and detection of infectious agents often contradict each other. We tested 52 blind-coded serum samples, including 20 pre-treatment and 12 post-treatment sera from clinically suspect Lyme disease patients, for the presence of residual Lyme disease infectious agents, using nested PCR amplification of a signature segment of the borrelial 16S ribosomal RNA gene for detection and direct DNA sequencing of the PCR amplicon for molecular validation. These archived sera were split from the samples drawn for the 2-tier serology tests performed by a CDC-approved laboratory, and are used as reference materials for evaluating new diagnostic reagents. Of the 12 post-treatment serum samples, we found DNA evidence of a novel borrelia of uncertain significance in one, which was also positive for the 2-tier serology test. The rest of the post-treatment sera and all 20 control sera were PCR-negative. Of the 20 pre-treatment sera from
SARS-CoV-2 serology tests detect antibodies to SARS-CoV-2: these appear about 12 days after the onset of acute infection using immunofluorescence techniques, and include SARS-CoV-2 specific IgG, IgM and IgA. Serology is generally not indicated in the diagnosis of acute symptomatic COVID-19 infection. Its main use is for the retrospective diagnosis of COVID-19 disease, or in sero-epidemiological studies to determine infection rates in the community. Ideally acute (at clinical presentation) and convalescent (three or more weeks after clinical presentation) serum collection is required for the retrospective diagnosis of COVID-19 disease.. Reliable automated SARS-CoV-2 serology tests are not yet in widespread use. Various rapid point-of-care finger prick assays for SARS-CoV-2 antibodies have been used, but their sensitivity and specificity remain uncertain. In general, they are less sensitive and specific than enzyme immunoassays, immunofluorescence or virus neutralisation.. Sample collection The ...
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Serology gives us an idea of how the PRRSV circulates on a farm. When interpreting the results it is essential to bear in mind the serological technique and the commercial kit used, as the kinetics of detection can vary considerably. Currently there is no serological technique that enables us to differentiate between vaccinated and infected animals. Bleeding animals at different ages (gilts, breeders and fattening pigs) will enable us to obtain the SERUM PROFILE of the farm, which will provide information on its immunological and clinical status. Analysis of the results helps to determine the age at infection, the infection pressure of the herd as well as the percentage of susceptible animals. This information is useful for determining the epidemiological status of the farm and applying the appropriate control measures.. PCR enables us to detect the presence of PRRSV in different types of sample through the amplification of its genetic material. In the breeding herd, it is commonly used to ...
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Immunology is the study of the bodys immune system and its functions and disorders. Serology is the study of blood serum (the clear fluid that separates when blood clots).. Immunology and serology laboratories focus on the following:. ...
Immunology is the study of the bodys immune system and its functions and disorders. Serology is the study of blood serum (the clear fluid that separates when blood clots).. Immunology and serology laboratories focus on the following:. ...
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Serology: the study or examination of blood serum, with regard to the response of the immune system to pathogens or newly introduced substances.
en] Taenia solium cysticercosis is an endemic zoonosis in many developing countries. Serological tests are the most appropriate diagnostic tools to understand the transmission dynamics of the parasite, but the performances of these methods in such a setting are not known. A south Ecuadorian human population living in an endemic area was tested using three common serological tests. Because none of them is a gold standard, a Bayesian Latent Class analysis was used to estimate the test characteristics. Two definitions of a case were considered to differentiate between prevalence of current infection and prior exposure to the parasite. Differences between the performances of the same test in function of the definition of a case were observed. This study shows that test results and prior information should be interpreted carefully in a Bayesian analysis framework, particularly when the latter is based on clinical studies ...
VlsE, the variable surface antigen of Borrelia burgdorferi, contains an immunodominant conserved region named IR(6). In the present study, the diagnostic performance of a peptide enzyme-linked immunosorbent assay (ELISA) based on a 26-mer synthetic peptide (C(6)) with the IR(6) sequence was explored. Sensitivity was assessed with serum samples (n = 210) collected from patients with clinically defined Lyme disease at the acute (early localized or early disseminated disease), convalescent, or late disease phase. The sensitivities for acute-, convalescent-, and late-phase specimens were 74% (29 of 39), 85 to 90% (34 of 40 to 35 of 39), and 100% (59 of 59), respectively. Serum specimens from early neuroborreliosis patients were 95% positive (19 of 20), and those from an additional group of patients with posttreatment Lyme disease syndrome yielded a sensitivity of 62% (8 of 13). To assess the specificity of the peptide ELISA, 77 serum samples from patients with other spirochetal or chronic infections,
BACKGROUND: Blood transfusion is one of the most important transmission routes of Chagas disease, a major parasitic infection in Latin America. Therefore, screening for antibodies to Trypanosoma cruzi is mandatory in blood banks in South America. Most of the commercial serologic tests employ epimastigote antigens and show a high number of inconclusive and false-positive results, with high economic and social costs.STUDY DESIGN and METHODS: An ELISA using a mixture of three T. cruzi recombinant antigens, B13, 1F8, and H49 (mix-ELISA), was evaluated, first with a panel of well-characterized sera from 617 patients with Chagas disease and 277 nonchagasic individuals, living in nine countries of South and Central America. Subsequently, the mix-ELISA was evaluated with 451 samples, from an endemic area of Brazil (Goias), that were rejected from several blood banks because they presented discrepant results by two commercially available kits (indirect immunofluorescence assay, indirect ...
SEOUL, June 30 (Korea Bizwire) - South Korea has started full-fledged coronavirus antibody tests to determine the true extent of infections in the country, a senior health official said Tuesday.. Serology tests are being conducted on blood samples of 3,055 people to find out how many people have immunity against the novel coronavirus, Kwon Joon-wook, deputy director of the Korea Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (KCDC), said in a daily briefing in Osong, about 120 kilometers south of Seoul.. In early May, the KCDC said it would carry out nationwide serology tests to discover the real extent of coronavirus infections in Asias fourth-largest economy.. Serology tests are known to be in use in Europe, the United States, Japan and other advanced nations to figure out how many people are infected with the potentially deadly virus.. Going forward, the center will conduct serology tests every two months, Kwon said, adding tests will be carried out on 1,000 people in Daegu and adjacent North ...
Each test method has its own advantages and disadvantages. Traditionally the easiest and least expensive test to perform has been serology. The accuracy of serological tests are questionable, with reported specificities as low as 75 %. Furthermore, serological tests cannot be used to verify eradication, as they only detect antibodies to Hp and not the active infection.. The presence of Helicobacter pylori in the stool of infected patients has led to the development of fecal assays. Over the last years these test have been improved and offer accurate diagnosis of Helicobacter pylori. Less data is available on how well suited this test is as a post eradication follow-up test. One obvious disadvantage is handling of the stool.. At present the most accurate and wide-spread, non-invasive method is the Urea Breath Test. It is considered as the golden standard by many experts. Like the biopsy urease test, the Urea Breath Test depends on the bacterias production of the enzyme urease. Breath testing for ...
Abstract of Paper: Serodiagnosis Of Human Brucellosis : Validity Of Brucella-Specific IgM Antibodies Dipstick Test As A Screening Modality Of Febrile Patients , Author: Hosam Armen ; Mohamed El-Ass& & Jehan H. Sabry
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Chikungunya virus (CHIKV) is present or emerging in dengue virus-endemic areas. Infections caused by these viruses share some common signs/symptoms, but prognosis, patient care, and persistent symptoms differ. Thus, accurate diagnostic methods are essential for differentiating the infections. We evaluated 4 CHIKV serologic diagnostic tests, 2 of which showed poor sensitivity and specificity ...
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According to the CDC, serologic assays that use a second enzyme immunoassay are acceptable alternatives to western immunoblot assays.
The ACR/EULAR classification system is a score-based algorithm for RA that incorporates the following 4 factors: Joint involvement Serology test results Acute-phase reactant test results Patient s... more
An ELISA containing a purified flagellar antigen from Borrelia burgdorferi (FLA-ELISA) was evaluated. The FLA-ELISA, detecting IgM and IgG together, d
A risk score encompassing clinical characteristics, serologic findings, and imaging tests could be used to predict which antibody-positive patients are likely to go on to develop rheumatoid arthritis,
Carballo-Diéguez A, Giguere R, Balán IC, Dolezal C, Brown W, Lopez-Rios J, Sheinfil A, Frasca T, Rael C, Lentz C, Crespo R, Cruz Torres C, Leu CS, Febo I. Few Aggressive or Violent Incidents are Associated with the Use of HIV Self-tests to Screen Sexual Partners Among Key Populations. AIDS Behav. 2020 Jul; 24(7):2220-2226 ...
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INTRODUCTION: In the Community of Madrid there is 42.7% late HIV diagnosis. Primary care is the gateway to the health system and the frequency of serological tests requested by these professionals is unknown. The objectives were to establish the frequency of requests for HIV serology by medical and nursing primary care professionals in the Community of Madrid and the factors associated with these requests. METHOD: An on-line survey was conducted, asking professionals who participated in the evaluation study of strategies to promote early diagnosis of HIV in primary care in the Community of Madrid (ESTVIH) about the number of HIV-serology tests requested in the last 12 months ...
During the last weekend of March 2020, several of my department colleagues decided that we could use our combined expertise to rapidly develop serology assays to detect SARS-CoV-2
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