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*  Laboratory diagnosis of viral infections
In the diagnostic laboratory virus infections can be confirmed by a multitude of methods. Diagnostic virology has changed ... The type of sample sent to the laboratory often depends on the type of viral infection being diagnosed and the test required. ... Therefore, the presence of IgM in the blood of the host is used to test for acute infection, whereas IgG indicates an infection ... "Virus Isolation in Animals: The Mouse Inoculation Test - Current Laboratory Techniques in Rabies Diagnosis, Research and ...
*  Bourbon virus
5 cases of laboratory infection]. Voprosy virusologii (in Russian). 32 (6): 724-9. PMID 3445590. Briese, Thomas; Chowdhary, ... as does whether these symptoms and laboratory abnormalities represent the typical course of infection with Bourbon virus. ... In June 2017 a 58-year-old woman from Missouri died from an infection of the Bourbon virus after it had been misdiagnosed for a ... Laboratory abnormalities observed included a decrease in the patient's white cell and platelet counts, considered to be caused ...
*  Marburg virus disease
Primary infections occurred in Behringwerke laboratory staff while working with grivet tissues or tissue cultures without ... Ksiazek, Thomas G. (1991). "Laboratory diagnosis of filovirus infections in nonhuman primates". Lab Animal. 20 (7): 34-6. Gibb ... "A case of a laboratory infection with Marburg fever". Zhurnal mikrobiologii, epidemiologii, i immunobiologii (3): 104-106. PMID ... A case of MARV infection occurred in 1980 in Kenya. A French man, who worked as an electrical engineer in a sugar factory in ...
*  Thogotovirus
In laboratory infections, it is pathogenic to mice. The virion is around 105 nm in diameter. The genome has six RNA segments. ... DHOV infection in mice resembles experimental influenza infection in mice and ferrets as well as fatal H5N1 influenza infection ... In artificial laboratory infections, it is highly pathogenic in hamsters and also infects mice. The virus is known to infect ... 5 cases of laboratory infection]", Voprosy Virusologii (in Russian), 32: 724-29 Frese M, Weeber M, Weber F, Speth V, Haller O ( ...
*  Enterobacteria phage P22
In laboratory infections, scaffolding protein molecules participate in 5 rounds of procapsid assembly on average. Since P22 ... Infection begins when the gp9 tailspike of the P22 phage binds to the O-antigen lipopolysaccharide on the surface of Salmonella ... After host infection, the linear P22 virion DNA is circularized by a homologous recombination event between the direct repeats ... Upon infection, P22 can enter either a lytic or lysogenic growth pathway. In the lytic pathway, viral replication proceeds ...
*  Alternaria tenuissima
doi:10.1016/S1081-1206(10)61268-9. Pastor, F.J.; Guarro, J. (August 2008). "Alternaria infections: laboratory diagnosis and ... Cutaneous and subcutaneous alternariosis is a skin or tissue infection caused by members of the genus Alternaria, most commonly ... Robertshaw, H.; Higgins, E. (2005). "Cutaneous infection with Alternaria tenuissima in an immunocompromised patient". British ... rare cases of skin infections in immunocompromised people have been reported. ...
*  Myobia musculi
Parasitic infections of laboratory mice. External parasites of laboratory mice". In Hedrich, Hans J. The laboratory mouse (2nd ... Pathology of Laboratory Rodents and Rabbits (4th ed.). John Wiley & Sons. pp. 86-87. ISBN 9781118924044. ...
*  Transmission-based precautions
Diagnosis of many infections requires laboratory confirmation. Since laboratory tests, especially those that depend on culture ... Guideline for infection control in healthcare personnel, 1998. Hospital Infection Control Practices Advisory Committee. Infect ... Transmission-based precautions are additional infection control precautions in health care, and the latest routine infection ... Infection 2002;30(4):234-6. Maitreyi RS, Dar L, Muthukumar A, et al. Acute hemorrhagic conjunctivitis due to enterovirus 70 in ...
*  Cooling tower
That outbreak killed 21 of the 86 people who had a laboratory-confirmed infection. Drift (or windage) is the term for water ... CDC Guidelines for Environmental Infection Control in Health-Care Facilities, pages 223 & 224, Water Sampling Strategies and ... might be considered in certain settings where persons are highly susceptible to illness and mortality from Legionella infection ...
*  Ebola virus disease in Mali
Ebola infection was laboratory-confirmed in the wife and the son. As of 15 November, a total of 407 possible contacts are being ... Earlier in the year, before the disease had broken out in Mali, a biosafety level-3 laboratory was set up in Bamako to prepare ... By 23 November Mali reported 2 cases of Ebola infection among healthcare workers and 1 had died. "Africa Stop Ebola", featuring ... With the installation of the new laboratory, samples can be processed in only a few hours. On 25 October, the United Nations ...
*  Graham Ayliffe
"Hospital Infection Research Laboratory, Birmingham - 25th Anniversary". Journal of Hospital Infection. 14: 369-371. doi:10.1016 ... In 1964 he joined the team at the Hospital Infection Research Laboratory (HIRL) in what is now known as City Hospital, ... "Hospital Acquired Infection: Principles and Practice". Google Books. Retrieved 3 March 2016. "Control Of Hospital Infection: A ... He was also a founder member of the Hospital Infection Society (now Healthcare Infection Society) and editor of its journal ( ...
*  Legionella cherrii
Edelstein, P.H. (1987). "Laboratory diagnosis of infections caused by Legionellae". European Journal of Clinical Microbiology. ... Infection occurs when a human host inhales the organism, which may be carried in humidified air. Distinguishing patients with ... and equipment used to combat respiratory infections. To determine previously classified Legionella species' relatedness to L. ...
*  Helicobacter rodentium
Whary MT, Fox JG (2006). "Detection, eradication, and research implications of Helicobacter infections in laboratory rodents". ... nov., a Urease-Negative Helicobacter Species Isolated from Laboratory Mice". International Journal of Systematic Bacteriology. ... "Current Status of Helicobacter Contamination of Laboratory Mice, Rats, Gerbils, and House Musk Shrews in Japan". Current ...
*  Helicobacter bilis
Whary MT, Fox JG (2006). "Detection, eradication, and research implications of Helicobacter infections in laboratory rodents". ... Infection and Immunity. 77 (5): 2147-2158. doi:10.1128/IAI.01395-08. ISSN 0019-9567. PMC 2681733 . PMID 19223483. Hanninen, M.- ... Infection and Immunity. 65 (11): 4858-64. PMC 175697 . PMID 9353076. Retrieved 2013-07-22. Kostomitsopoulos N, Donnelly H, ... "Concurrent Helicobacter bilis Infection in C57BL/6 Mice Attenuates Proinflammatory H. pylori-Induced Gastric Pathology". ...
*  COMU Hospital
... study Histopathology Immunology Immunology Laboratories Infection control Infectious Diseases Intensive Care Unit (ICU) ... Molecular Genetics Laboratory Cytology - Cervical/Diagnostic Day Surgery Delivery Unit Department of Medicine for the Elderly ( ... Genetics Genetics laboratories Genitourinary Medicine (GUM) and Sexual Health Advice Centre (SHAC) Gynaecology Gynaecological ... Virology Molecular Genetics Molecular Malignancy Laboratory Neonatal Services Nephrology (Renal/kidney) Neuro Critical Care ...
*  Gastrodiscoides hominis
The level of infection in laboratory animals can be very high among Asian mammals. Regions of high incidence can be attributed ... Infection in both humans and animals is most common through the ingestion of vegetation found in contaminated water. It is also ... Gastrodiscoidiasis is an infection that is usually asymptomatic and affects the small intestine in animals, such as pigs, to a ... Patients do not often directly show any symptoms, and if one appears, it indicates that the infection is already at a very high ...
*  Minute virus of mice
MVM is a common infection in laboratory mice due to its highly contagious nature. The virus can be shed from infected mice via ... While MVM infection may result in pathology of infected mice, the infection is more likely to cause problems for the ongoing ... In addition, NS2 is required for efficient infection in its natural murine host, but is dispensable in experimental infection ... Typically there are no clinical signs of infection, however, experimental infection can cause multiple organ damage during ...
*  Miamiensis avidus
Experimental infections under laboratory conditions have produced varying results on the mechanism of infection; results in ... Infections caused by M. avidus have been described in wild fish populations and in aquaculture, where it is an economically ... In one comparative study, M. avidus infections spread further within host fish and had a significantly higher mortality rate ... It is unclear what triggers free-living M. avidus to initiate infection. ...
*  Hunan Agricultural University
"Laboratory Models for Foodborne Infections" (2017); co-editor of "Molecular Medical Microbiology 2nd ed" (2014) Chen Run'er, ... Also, it contains 7 postdoctoral research institutes, 1 national research center and 3 national engineering laboratories. There ... Research Scientist at Oak Ridge National Laboratory Ming-Shun Chen, 1981 - Professor of Entomology, Kansas State University; ... Director of the Wang Laboratory, Ohio State University Jizhong Zhou, 1981 - Presidential Professor, University of Oklahoma; ...
*  Brazilian hemorrhagic fever
"Treatment of a Laboratory-Acquired SabiĆ” Virus Infection". N Engl J Med. 333 (5): 317-318. doi:10.1056/NEJM199508033330505. ... There have only been three documented infections of the SabiĆ” virus, only one of which occurred naturally and the other two ...
*  Mycoplasma pneumoniae
Daxboeck, F.; Krause, R.; Wenisch, C. (2003). "Laboratory diagnosis of Mycoplasma pneumoniae infection". Clin. Microbiol. ... Transmission of Mycoplasma pneumoniae infections is difficult to limit because of the several day period of infection before ... pneumoniae infections in up to 25% of cases. Diagnosis of Mycoplasma pneumoniae infections is complicated by the delayed onset ... pneumoniae infections. The difficulty in eradicating Mycoplasma pneumoniae infections is due to the ability of the bacterium to ...
*  Plasmodium berghei
P. berghei infection of laboratory mouse strains is frequently used in research as a model for human malaria. In the laboratory ... P. berghei infections may also affect the brain and can be the cause of cerebral complications in laboratory mice. These ... This has led some to question the use of P. berghei infections in mice as an appropriate model of cerebral malaria in humans. P ... Instead, in P. berghei infection, mice are found to have an accumulation of immune cells in brain blood vessels. ...
*  New England Compounding Center meningitis outbreak
As of November 15, the CDC reported that 85 patients had laboratory-confirmed fungal infections. A black mold called ... Once the infection and its source were identified, due to the rarity of fungal meningitis, few clinicians were accustomed to ... Infections other than meningitis were also associated with this outbreak, which spanned 19 states. As of March 10, 2013, 48 ... Fungal infections associated with nonepidural injections were also reported. They were related to injections in a peripheral ...
*  Achromobacter xylosoxidans
"Clinical and Laboratory Characteristics of Achromobacter xylosoxidans Infection". Journal of Clinical Microbiology. 11 (2): 141 ... and urinary tract infections. Infection is sometimes associated with underlying immunodeficiency, including immunoglobulin M ... It has also been the cause of hospital-acquired infections. List of sequenced bacterial genomes "Genus Achromobacter". LPSN ( ... In addition to otitis, it can cause a variety of other infections, including pneumonia, pharyngitis, peritonitis in association ...
*  Legionella oakridgensis
Tang PW, Toma S, MacMillan LG (March 1985). "Legionella oakridgensis: laboratory diagnosis of a human infection". Journal of ...
*  Phage display
Initial work was done by laboratories at the MRC Laboratory of Molecular Biology (Greg Winter and John McCafferty), the Scripps ... The N2 domain binds to the F pilus during virion infection freeing the N1 domain which then interacts with a TolA protein on ... Scott JS, Barbas CF III, Burton, DA (2001). Phage Display: A Laboratory Manual. Plainview, N.Y: Cold Spring Harbor Laboratory ... Those that remain can be eluted, used to produce more phage (by bacterial infection with helper phage) and so produce a phage ...