seroconversion

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se·ro·con·ver·sion

 (sîr′ō-kən-vûr′zhən)
n.
Development of antibodies in blood serum as a result of infection or immunization.

se′ro·con·vert′ (-vûrt′) v.
Translations

se·ro·con·ver·sion

n. seroconversión, desarrollo de anticuerpos como respuesta a una infección o a la administración de una vacuna.

seroconversion

n seroconversión f
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A significant difference in sero-conversion was observed in kids, young and adult animals (kh2=14.
4 per 100 person-years) among PWID,4 different social and demographic determinants of HIV sero-conversion,5 increasing prevalence among IDUs in 10 cities (from 16.
Technical Focal Persons for Bill and Melinda Gates, Dr Imtiaz Ali Shah spoke about key strategic priorities with more focus to track and vaccinate the continuously missed children, enhance campaign quality, place frontline workers at the center of eradication initiative, expand environmental surveillance sites and its monitoring and supervision and to enhance sero-conversion through targeted Inactivated Polio Vaccination (IPV) introduction.
2001) reported receptivity of camels for PPRV and subsequent sero-conversion in Ethiopia.
There is very little published information on Ebola in domestic animals but one study, undertaken by the Center for Disease Control, demonstrated that dogs exposed to Ebola virus did show sero-conversion but without clinical signs.
The high viral load (acute viraemia) at the time of sero-conversion substantially increases the risk of MTCT of HIV (49,50).
HIV sero-conversion during late pregnancy--when to retest.
Understanding the role of primary vaccine failure (failure to sero-conversion after vaccination) and secondary vaccine failure (waning immunity after sero-conversion) in measles epidemic is important for the evaluation of measles control programmes in developing countries7.
A significant dose response pattern to the RSV-F antibody was observed and high rates of sero-conversion were seen in all doses, with 100% at the highest dose adjuvant group; -- Received $1.
The acute illness before sero-conversion typically lasts for about a month and consists of a nondistinctive rash, generalized lymphadenopathy, or viral meningitis.
Rapid disease progression without sero-conversion following primary human immunodeficiency virus type 1 infectio--evidence for highly susceptible human hosts.