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14 Possible Causes for Antibody, Budgerigar, feather

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  • Influenza

    These include chickens, turkeys, ducks, guinea fowl, domestic geese, quail, pheasants, partridge, mynah birds, passerines, psittacines, budgerigars, gulls, shorebirds, seabirds[] It is an area thick with white feathers and rotting bird carcasses.[] Antibodies are therefore considered to play an important role in preventing infectious diseases.[]

  • Extrinsic Allergic Alveolitis

    Six months after exclusion of exposure to the budgerigars the hemodynamic of the pulmonary circulation was normalized.[] A duvet containing goose feathers proved to be the source of antigenic material.[] […] in epidemiological studies of antibody prevalence.[]

  • Farmer's Lung

    […] in grain handlers, due to dust derived from the grain weevil Sitophilus granarius bird fancier's lung results from the allergic response to avian antigens e.g. dust from feathers[] These monoclonal antibodies were employed to purify antigens through affinity chromatography.[] Lee TH, Wraith DG, Bennett CO et al (1983) Budgerigar fancier’s lung. Clin Allergy 13:197–202 PubMed CrossRef Google Scholar 20.[]

  • Pigeon Breeder's Lung

    In particular, the fine dust from pigeon feathers has strong antigenic properties.[] Immunological studies on 18 other patients with pigeon breeder's lung demonstrated a prevalence rate of specific IgE antibodies of 78%, a frequency not previously recognized[] A form of alveolitis or pneumonitis due to an acquired hypersensitivity to inhaled avian antigens, usually proteins in the dust of bird feathers and droppings Applies To Budgerigar-fanciers[]

  • JC Virus

    Among known bird polyomaviruses, budgerigar fledgling disease virus (BFDV; AF241168), species Aves polyomavirus 1 , has a genome of 4,981 bp, and the largest so far known[] RESULTS: A total of 129 of the patients (67.5%) tested positive for serum JC virus antibody.[] Serial CSF antibody levels were obtained, with 4 patients showing increases in anti-JCV levels indicating possibly viral activation.[]

  • Chlamydophila

    […] organisms have been isolated from more than 460 bird species from 30 orders 49 but are most commonly identified in psittacine (parrot-type) birds, especially cockatiels and budgerigars[] Correlation of serologic titers for Chlamydia trachomatis with other tests has been based on direct fluorescence antibody (DFA) testing and culture, but not on nucleic acid-based[] antibody responses.[]

  • Chlamydophila Psittaci

    […] organisms have been isolated from more than 460 bird species from 30 orders 49 but are most commonly identified in psittacine (parrot-type) birds, especially cockatiels and budgerigars[] Additionally, samples were taken from the feather dust film covering the water surface of public fountains where pigeons regularly bathe.[] Although chlamydial antibodies were detected in workers of seventeen zoos, MIF test only detected specific C. psittaci antibodies in seven of them.[]

  • Hypersensitivity Pneumonitis due to Other Organic Dusts

    Morris HLA-A,B C and HLA-DR antigens in extrinsic allergic alveolitis (budgerigar fancier's lung disease) Clin Allergy, 12 (1982), pp. 47-53 [31.] C. Rittner, J.[] […] organic dusts Code Version: 2019 ICD-10-CM Synonyms Animal handlers' lung Cheese-makers' asthma Cheese-washers' lung Coffee-workers' lung Dog house disease Dry rot lung Feather-pickers[] Despite the pitfalls of false positive and false negatives, antigen-specific IgG antibodies analysis can be useful as supportive evidence for HP.[]

  • BK Virus

    Virus is shed in droppings and feather dander, and is transmitted by direct contact, contaminated aerosols or infected fomites.[] We argue that the anti-HLA antibodies present in the IVIG caused an acute antibody mediated rejection in this previously nonsensitized female.[] Abstract We reported a 40-year-old female case of second renal transplantation with antibody-mediated rejection (AMR) complicated by BK virus nephropathy.[]

  • Psittacosis

    An important clue to the diagnosis is a history of contact with birds, most often budgerigars and more recently cockatiels.[] Infection is usually by the droppings of another infected bird, though it can also be transmitted by feathers and eggs, and is typically either inhaled or ingested.C. psittaci[] Serologic assessment of the affected subjects suggests that early treatment may suppress antibody response.[]