seroprevalence


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ser·o·prev·a·lence

(ser-ō-prev'ă-lents),
Prevalence of a marker as measured by results of serologic testing.
[sero- + prevalence]

seroprevalence

Immunology The proportion of a population that is seropositive–ie, has been exposed to a particular pathogen or immunogen; the seropositivity of a population is calculated as the number of individuals who produce a particular antibody divided by the total population

ser·o·prev·a·lence

(ser-ō-prev'ă-lens)
Prevalence of a marker as measured by results of serologic testing.
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We determined seroprevalence and inferred frequencies of past infection using a conservative 1:16 titer threshold (Figure 1, panel B).
We chose Western Cape Province (WCP) as a study site for convenience, and conducted an observational cross-sectional study to examine the seroprevalence of hepatitis A in children between 1 and 7 years of age.
The present study was undertaken to determine the seroprevalence of HBV infection among patients attending a tertiary care centre in North-East India and to assess the demographic profiles of seropositive patients/individuals.
Seroprevalence of transfusion transmitted infection among blood donors at Jijiga blood bank, Eastern Ethiopia: retrospective 4 years study.
We hereby attempted to determine the seroprevalence, investigating the EI outbreak 2015-16, and describing the demographic and management risk factors associated with seroprevalence of EIV.
Brazil exhibits an intermediate HEV seroprevalence, with rates of 2-9.8% reported in blood donors, (5,6) 12% in intravenous drug users, (7) and 15% in renal transplant patients.
Therefore, the objective of the present study was to determine the seroprevalence of sheep brucellosis in two production systems in smallholder extensive and intensive breeding ranches and to point out the associative factor for the occurrence of the disease.
Several countries have performed studies of seroprevalence and seroconversion in scholar population, under the assumption that the findings should reflect dengue transmission in entire children and young populations [10-14].
A cross-sectional study design was carried out to determine the seroprevalence of asymptomatic Leishmania donovani among laborers and to assess associated risk factors in agricultural camps of West Armachiho district.
The aim of this study was to determine the seroprevalence of brucellosis and associated risk factors among indigenous breeds of goats in Wukari, Taraba State, Nigeria.
However, presumptive seroprevalence studies in parts of Cameroon have shown that bovine brucellosis is endemic.
Seroprevalence of VL varies from less than 1% to more than 25% in different areas of Iran [11-15].