39 research outputs found

    Matched group comparisons of inflammatory marker levels in subjects with co-infection, dengue virus mono-infection, and <i>Plasmodium</i> mono-infection using random effect regression.

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    <p>Matched group comparisons of inflammatory marker levels in subjects with co-infection, dengue virus mono-infection, and <i>Plasmodium</i> mono-infection using random effect regression.</p

    Serum levels of immune markers among patients with <i>Plasmodium</i>/DENV co-infection, DENV mono-infection, and <i>Plasmodium</i> mono-infection.

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    <p>Serum levels were analyzed by 17-plex cytokine array (Biorad Laboratories) for all immune markers except TGF-β1, which was measured by an R&D Systems ELISA kit. Three immune markers were excluded (GM-CSF, IL-5, and IL-2) from this analysis because more than 25% of the values fell below the limit of detection of the assays. Horizontal bars represent group median and inter-quartile range. Red dotted lines show lower limit of detection for each immune marker. Units on the y-axis are log 10 transformed scales of analyte concentration in ng/mL for all immune markers except for TGF-β1, which is represented in μg/mL. * p<0.05 for group comparison by the Kruskal-Wallis test followed by post-hoc Dunn’s pair-wise comparison.</p

    Association of risk factors with acquisition of illness among all survey takers (n = 241) and multiple regression analysis of risk factors for acquisition of diarrheal illness.

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    <p>Association of risk factors with acquisition of illness among all survey takers (n = 241) and multiple regression analysis of risk factors for acquisition of diarrheal illness.</p

    Epidemic curve of personnel reporting to the Medical Aid Station with diarrhea, San Vicente, El Salvador, 2011.

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    <p>The start of each two week deployment periods is indicated by the date. *Indicates the time at which vendors were no longer allowed on base to serve food.</p
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