SFGR

AcronymDefinition
SFGRSpotted Fever Group Rickettsiae
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We assessed admission serum samples for IgG against STGO, TGR, and SFGR using ELISAs in a subset of 121 of the 302 enrolled patients.
With sFGR, in general, the normally growing twin has normal fluid and the growth-restricted twin has less fluid.
The prevalence of the SFGR antibody is known to exist in about 10% of the US population.
Family members of the index case, who lived where exposure to horse ticks occurred, were recalled for history, physical examination and serology for SFGR two months after the patient's death.
SFGR were detected by IHC stain in autopsy specimens of the brain, skin, heart, lung, spleen, kidney, lung, and adrenal gland.
rickettsii (the agent of RMSF) is the only SFGR species linked with spotted fever rickettsiosis in Sonora; nonetheless, a unique lineage of R.
A convalescent-phase serum specimen collected 7 weeks after hospital discharge was tested by indirect immunofluorescence assay for IgG against SFGR. Commercial (Focus Diagnostics) and in-house R.
A skin biopsy specimen of the rash lesion obtained after death and tested by PCR at CDPH was positive for DNA of SFGR species.
Acute SFGR infection was defined as seroconversion or a 4-fold increase in R.
We screened specimens for antibodies against TGR, SFGR, and STGO by ELISA, as described (11), and determined titers for positive specimens.
burnetii and SFGR cases were detected throughout the year, with peaks noted in February-June for SFGR and April-July for C.
On a convalescent-phase serum specimen collected after 8 weeks, indirect immunofluorescence assays (IFA) for IgG against SFGR were performed in Spain's national reference center for rickettsioses (Hospital San Pedro-Centro de Investigation Biomedica de La Rioja [CIBIR], Logrono, Spain).