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Role of mucosal high-risk human papillomavirus types in head and neck cancers in central India.

oropharynx (9.4%), followed by larynx (1.7%) and oral cavity (1.6%) (p = 0.02). More than half of HPV DNA / RNA-positive cases were p16(INK4 a)-negative, while a considerable number of HPV RNA-negative cases ...

Triage of ASC-H: A meta-analysis of the accuracy of high-risk HPV testing and other markers to detect cervical precancer.

were 93% (95% confidence interval [CI], 89%-95%) and 45% (95% CI, 41%-50%), respectively. p16(INK4 a) staining (only 3 studies) had similar sensitivity (93%; 95% CI, 75%-100%) but superior specificity ...

Electron tomography of negatively stained complex viruses: application in their diagnosis.

Publication Type: Peer reviewed scientific article Authors: Jan Mast; Demeestere, Lien Source: Diagn Pathol, Volume 4 (2009) Keywords: eletron tomography negative staining paramyxovirus Parapoxvirus ...

First evidence of Johne's disease in farmed red deer (Cervus elaphus) in Belgium.

condition on the farm and Johne’s disease was suspected. Ziehl-Neelsen staining of the faeces of this hind were positive for the presence of clumps of small acid-fast bacilli, but faecal cultures remained ...

Accumulation of protoporphyrin isomers I and III, and multiple decarboxylation products of uroporphyrin in a case of porphyria in a slaughtered pig.

from a case of porphyria in a slaughtered pig. Bones, kidneys, teeth and lymph nodes showed a mahogany discoloration. Histologically, the pigment was negative on staining for iron (Gomori) and showed ...

Significance of Clostridium spiroforme in the enteritis-complex of commercial rabbits.

spiroforme and its iota-like toxin. The bacterium was detected by Gram stain in 52.4% of 149 cecal samples and iota-like toxin in 7.4%. From 29 strains of C. spiroforme tested, 26 were toxigenic, originating ...

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