leptospiral

leptospiral

(ˌlɛptəˈspaɪərəl)
adj
(Microbiology) relating to, caused by, or characteristic of leptospires
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1 mmol/L Bacterial cultures No growth No growth (blood) Leptospiral DNA Not detected Not detected (urine) Dengue viral RNA Not detected Not detected (serum) Salmonella H type A/B Positive ([dagger]) Negative antibodies (serum) Q fever antibodies Negative Negative (serum) Hepatitis A virus Nonreactive Nonreactive antibodies (serum) Hepatitis B virus Nonreactive Nonreactive antibodies (serum) Hepatitis C virus Nonreactive Nonreactive antibodies (serum) Yellow fever virus Positive ([dagger]) Negative immunoglobulin M antibodies Yellow fever virus 640 ([dagger]) <10 neutralizing antibodies * Upon hospital admission.
Prevalence of leptospiral serovars varies in a particular geographic region and for every serovar there exists one or more than one maintenance hosts which serve as the reservoir of infection (Balamurugan et al.
MAT is used as the gold standard serological test, even though the test is very tedious and requires the maintenance of several leptospiral serovars in the laboratory.
Warm summer temperatures are ideal for maintaining leptospiral organisms in water, and heavy rains may transport the organisms downstream.
Esto ya ha sido descrito por otros autores que mencionan que la extraccion de ADN leptospiral es relativamente dificil debido a que las leptospiras no sedimentan facilmente (Faine et al.
Acute leptospiral infection during pregnancy has been associated with spontaneous abortion and fetal death during the first trimester and the abortion may occur as consequence of systemic failure (4-6).