trypanosomal infection

trypanosomal infection

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Comparative Evaluation of parasitological, serological and DNA amplification methods for diagnosis of natural trypanosomal infection in equines.
In view of our patient's rapid onset of a high level of parasitemia, we investigated the possibility of a genetic susceptibility to trypanosomal infection.
The study was conducted to evaluate and compare the parasitological (micro -haematocrit method, MHCT), serological (enzyme-linked immunosorbent assay, ELISA) and molecular (polymerase chain reaction, PCR) methods for diagnosis of trypanosomal infection in equines.
Recently, molecular diagnostic techniques particularly, polymerase chain reaction (PCR) assays appear to be a promising technique for the diagnosis of trypanosomal infection based on the detection of trypanosomal DNA in the blood samples.
The formol gel test was used as a screening test for the detection of trypanosomal infection (Radostits et al.
In recent years, DNA-based technologies like PCR had been used for diagnosis of trypanosomal infection in animals.
1,8) The trypanosomes responsible for HAT are indistinguishable from other trypanosomal infections, including T.