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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Detection of urinary antigens and their seroreactivity with serum of patients in Leishmania donovani infection.
Differences between seroreactivity to leptospirosis in dairy and beef cattle from the same herd in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil.
Inuence of seroreactivity to Leptospira and reproductive failures in recipient mares of equine embryo transfer programs.
Chemical synthesis and seroreactivity of O-(3,6-di-O-methyl-beta-D-glucopyranosyl)-(1--4) -O-(2,3-di-O-methyl-alpha-L-rhamnopyranosyl)-(1--9)-oxynonanoyl-bovine serum albumin-the leprosy-specific, natural disaccharide-octyl-neoglycoprotein.
4) published the first report of retinal vasculitis in patients with seroreactivity to Lyme borreliosis.
However, among those who were found to be seropositive, patients with bladder cancer had a higher median seroreactivity to BKV (0.
Patients with early disseminated or late-stage disease usually have strong serological activity, although seroreactivity alone cannot be used as a marker of active disease in the absence of other signs and symptoms.
A longitudinal study of seroreactivity against Mycoplasma penetrans in HIV-infected homosexual men: association with disease progression," AIDS Research and Human Retroviruses, vol.
False positive seroreactivity to brucellosis in tuberculosis patients: a prevalence study.
Seroreactivity to Dirofilaria antigens in people from different areas of Serbia.
Naturally acquired infection with Leptospira is uncommon in non-human primates (4), with only scant reports of seroreactivity in wild primates (5) and asymptomatic seroconversion occurring in primates in zoos (6,7).