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11,123 Possible Causes for Autoimmune, Disease, Reagents,, Standard, Test

  • Chagas Disease

    Eight (28.6%; 95% CI 15.3-47.1%) of the 28 cases of systemic autoimmune disease had Chagas disease.[] We observed high concordance with serological reference standard but low accuracy for screening purposes (sensitivity/specificity: 82.8%/98.7%) at least in our nonendemic[] Chagas disease is a parasitic disease which is initially acute and treatable.[] Short peptides spanning linear B-cell epitopes have proven ideal serodiagnostic reagents in a wide range of diseases.[] OBJECTIVE: We standardized an indirect immunofluorescence assay (IFI) to determine sub cellular expression in either parasites and host cells, and ELISA to evaluate anti-vimentin[]

  • Influenza

    Immune thrombocytopenia (ITP) is an isolated autoimmune condition, often preceded by a viral infection.[] This novel assay could theoretically be standardized across laboratories using pre-stained virions and has the potential to be fully automated.[] RESULTS: 490 patients with rheumatic diseases completed a questionnaire (33% male, mean age 55.3 years).[] We describe diagnostic testing use among pertussis and influenza-related paediatric ICU admissions between 01 January 1997 and 31 December 2013. This work is copyright.[] Although its aetiopathogenesis is not exactly known, it is thought that inefficient drug detoxification leading to the accumulation of drug reactive metabolites causes autoimmune[]

  • Autoimmune Disease

    ] Autoimmune diseases have a wide variety of different effects.[] […] care when data from 60 historical controls treated with standard care is available.[] Incidence rates differ according to disease.[] Tests used for this purpose include: Antinuclear antibody tests - tests that looks for antibodies that attack the nuclei of cells in your body (antinuclear antibodies) Autoantibody[] Expression/genetics Gene Expression/immunology Gene Expression Profiling Gene Expression Regulation Genetic Predisposition to Disease Healthy Volunteers Humans Indicators and Reagents[]

  • Aminopyrine

    This is of special interest as a model of autoimmune disease since natural tolerance of body constituents might be terminated by immunization with a cross-reactive antigen[] They were based mainly on prick tests and to lesser extent on intradermal testing.Their standardization is a task set by an ENDA group.[] Twenty-three patients with noncirrhotic liver disease and 15 controls were also studied.[] The aminopyrine breath test, like other newer tests (phenacetin, caffeine and erythromycin breath tests), allows the effects of drugs on hepatic cytochrome P-450 to be explored[] […] dosing of uric acid with "Trinder's reagent".[]

  • Brucellosis

    Also, Coombs-positive autoimmune hemolytic anemia as a result of the disease is comparatively rare when considering the other frequent hematologic complications.[] This single-blind, randomized study was designed to evaluate the effect of the standard treatment for brucellosis in combination with hydroxychloroquine.[] […] known as "contagious abortion" and "Bangs disease", is caused by infection with the bacterium Brucella abortus , which can also cause a disease of humans known as "undulant[] test.[] The results, initially using one-step conventional PCR, later PCR-ELISA and more recently real-time PCR, using both fluorescent intercalating reagents (SYBR-Green I) and specific[]

  • Sympathomimetic

    PURPOSE: To evaluate the effect of sympathomimetic amine therapy for a life threatening autoimmune disorder.[] CONCLUSIONS: Sympathomimetic amine therapy seems to help severe constipation refractory to standard therapy.[] This case report describes a patient with Graves' disease and severe hyperadrenergic symptomatology that was thought to result from sympathomimetic drug abuse.[] In this study, we investigate if there is cross-reactivity in patch tests among these drugs.[] […] or secondary amine, a hydrazine, and/or hydroxyl (except mazindol) functional groups were derivatized effectively using an on-column derivatization technique that used a reagent[]

  • Infectious Mononucleosis

    Abstract Epstein-Barr virus and vitamin D both have been implicated in the pathogenesis of autoimmune diseases, especially multiple sclerosis (MS).[] A single-centre randomized controlled trial was undertaken in patients admitted with severe IM, who were with a similar group treated by the standard care.[] The disease usually occurs sporadically and outbreaks are rare. Many times the symptoms are so mild it isn't even recognized.[] Also Known As Mononucleosis Spot Test Mononuclear Heterophile Test Heterophile Antibody Test Monospot Formal Name Infectious Mononucleosis Rapid Test This article was last[] Bio-Rad offers a comprehensive menu of EIA serology tests using standardized procedure and common reagents.[]

  • Insulin-Like Growth Factor I

    Potential involvement of IGF-I and IGF-IR in the pathogenesis of autoimmune diseases suggests that this pathway might constitute an attractive therapeutic target.[] KEYWORDS: Enzyme immunoassay; Growth hormone (GH); Immunoassay; Insulin-like growth factor I (IGF-I); Radioimmunoassay (RIA); Standardization[] disease.[] test.[] Products Reagents Drug Discovery Screening Reagents Alpha Reagents Alpha Kits check quantity false The AlphaLISA Human Insulin-like Growth Factor 2 (IGF2) Detection Kit is[]

  • Factor XIII Deficiency

    The disease may be congenital or acquired as an autoimmune disease.[] The method permits detection of plasma factor XIII activity down to 1% of the normal adult standard.[] Abstract We report the case of a three year old female child with combined occurrence of von Willebrand's disease and factor XIII deficiency, an extremely rare combination[] The commonly accepted approach of using only a qualitative test for the diagnosis of factor XIII deficiency is challenged by this case report.[] We implemented EXTEM with additional Factor XIII (teenTEM) as additional test by adding 0·625 IU Factor XIII to standard EXTEM reagents.[]

  • West Nile Virus

    INTRODUCTION: Viruses are commonly cited as triggers for autoimmune disease. It is unclear if West Nile virus (WNV) initiates autoimmunity.[] METHODS: The blood donors for study were selected on the basis of the standard questionnaire and routine screening results.[] In 2017, 48 states and the District of Columbia (DC) reported 2,291 cases of domestic arboviral disease, including 2,097 (92%) WNV disease cases.[] Of 6 blocking reagents evaluated using a well-characterized FR sample, immunoglobulin inhibiting reagent from Bioreclamation (IIR) and blocker from Fitzgerald Industries ([] […] support surveillance efforts and encourage vector-control strategies, a cross-sectional study of dengue virus (DENV) and West Nile virus (WNV) transmission was conducted using standard[]

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