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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Geometric mean titers (GMTs) of NAbs to Fermon and FI_2016 were comparable between exposure groups (Appendix Figure 2), whereas samples collected from children infected during 2001-2006 showed some evidence for proportionately higher seroreactivity to the 2005 strain.
Seroreactivity to Hepatitis C virus is recorded in the respective screening register.
The seroreactivity of TORCH infections is seen maximally between the age group of 18-25 years in our study.
There is no information regarding the number of cases identified in blood banks, only data on the percentage of seroreactivity to T.
Shoja, "False positive seroreactivity to brucellosis in tuberculosis patients: A prevalence study," Journal of General Internal Medicine, vol.
Souza et al., "Seroreactivity to new Mycobacterium leprae protein antigens in different leprosy-endemic regions in Brazil," Memoorias do Instituto Oswaldo Cruz, vol.
Although a serological study conducted in rural part of Vojvodina community revealed seroreactivity to WNV in up to 3% of the human population [5], the virus was not detected until 2010.
Detection of urinary antigens and their seroreactivity with serum of patients in Leishmania donovani infection.
Inuence of seroreactivity to Leptospira and reproductive failures in recipient mares of equine embryo transfer programs.