seroreactivity

seroreactivity

(sēr″ō-rē″ak″tiv′ĭt-ē) [ sero- + reactivity]
The presence of specific antibodies, e.g., against an infectious microorganism, in the serum of a patient or in blood samples from the population of a community.
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Borrelia miyamotoi sensu lato seroreactivity and seroprevalence in the northeastern United States.
This result indicates the ELISA seroreactivity could be self-competed with soluble STLPyV pentamers.
falciparum histidine rich protein seroreactivity and parasite density was as previously described (2,3).
37]Ra in stick penicillinase ELISA for the detection of seroreactivity in pulmonary and extrapulmonary TB, ES-31 showed good potential in detecting IgG antibody in TB Lymphnode, Tubercular meningitis and pulmonary TB.
Recently, reports have shown that antigen microarray immunoassays are suitable for detecting serum antibodies directed against a vast repertoire of microbial antigens (15-17), thus offering the opportunity to correlate protective immunity with seroreactivity profiles (or patterns) rather than with antibody responses to single antigens (18).
Seroreactivity to Human Papillomavirus (HPV) Types 16, 18, or 31 and Risk of Subsequent HPV Infection: Results from a Population-Based Study in Costa Rica.
From a public health perspective, positive nontreponemal tests, particularly with titers greater than 1:8, should be interpreted as indicating active infection, with interval testing to assess delayed seroreactivity of the confirmatory test.
Granulomatous angitiis of Wegener was ruled out because of the clinical presentation of asthma, lymphadenopathy, and absence of antineutrophil cytoplasmic antibody seroreactivity.
Evaluation of seroreactivity to human papillomavirus HPV 16 virus-like particles in an incident case-control study of cervical neoplasia.
HPyV9 Seroreactivity Increase in Transplant Patients but Not in Controls
Seroreactivity clarification and viral load quantification in HIV-1 and HIV-2 infections in Ghana.