Hb D-Los Angeles [beta121(GH4)Glu>Gln] and Hb Beograd [beta121(GH4)Glu>Val]: Implications for their laboratory diagnosis
and genetic origins.
Kalla, in the article looking at antibiotic-associated diarrhoeal syndromes, gives an excellent overview of this all-important subject, while the article by Bamford on the modern laboratory diagnosis
of tuberculosis gives insight on new technologies coming to the fore in this age of multiple drug resistance and extremely drug-resistant tuberculosis.
of WNV infection is through detection of IgM and/or IgG antibodies to WNV in serum.
Testing for the presence of a specific bacterium intimated that clinical diagnosis was less reliable than laboratory diagnosis
, and physicians feared usurpation of their authority in an era when it was no easy task to attract patients.
tuberculosis grows very slowly, the laboratory diagnosis
requires approximately four weeks.
The enormous global problem of tuberculosis (with roughly one-third of the world's population infected with Mycobacterium tuberculosis), coupled with an increasing incidence of infections caused by nontuberculous mycobacteria, present unique challenges for the laboratory diagnosis
of mycobacterial infections.
Specialists from Kyrgyzstan held a seminar on laboratory diagnosis
and epidemiological analysis of intestinal parasitic diseases in Tajikistan, the press service of the Department of Disease Prevention and Sanitary Inspection of Kyrgyzstan said on July 22.
In light of these issues, Clinical and Laboratory Standards Institute (CLSI, formerly NCCLS) has recently published Laboratory Detection and Identification of Mycobacteria; Proposed Guideline (M48-P), which addresses topics related to the laboratory diagnosis
of mycobacterial infections, including safety and related issues; levels of service and referrals; clinical significance of mycobacteria; acceptable specimen types and their collection; transport and storage; specimen processing methods; methods for the direct detection of mycobacteria in clinical specimens; culture methods, including contamination issues; reporting and quality control; and phenotypic and genotypic identification procedures.
The growth in incidence of ascariasis and enterobiosis occurred due to improved laboratory diagnosis
The practical guide to the laboratory diagnosis
and treatment of hemostatic disorders covers both the stable and the acute stages of hereditary and acquired bleeding and thrombotic disorders.
Contract notice: Supply of sterile medical technical resources in 116 packages in 24 months for the laboratory diagnosis
of invasive cardiovascular and interventional radiology laboratory of regional hospital in elblag.
Hantavirus pulmonary and cardiovascular syndrome: epidemiology, clinical presentation, laboratory diagnosis