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World | By Lorena Waters

Specific Antibodies Detected During Relapse of Human Brucellosis | The Journal of Infectious Diseases | Oxford Academic

Specific Antibodies Detected During Relapse of Human Brucellosis | The Journal of Infectious Diseases | Oxford Academic

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We studied 10 patients who had a relapsing of brucellosis for significant serological changes during relapse. By the Coombs test, the pre-relapse and post-relapse median (range) titers of antibody to Brucella were 1: 1120 (1: 40-1: 10-240) and 1:10 240 (1 : 40-1: 81 920), respectively (P = .0069); By enzyme-linked immunosorbent assay (ELISA) for IgG, these values ​​were 1: 2240 (1: 60-1: 10-240) and 1:10 240 (1: 160-1: 81,920; > = .0069); By ELISA for IgA, the median titer increased 3.36 times but did not reach statistical significance (P = .0929); By tube agglutination, dithiothreitol (DTT) agglutination, and ELISA for IgM, median titers did not change. Nine patients had a significant titer increase by Coombs test and IgG ELISA, three had a significant increase by tube and DTT agglutination, none had significant increases by IgM ELISA, and one had no significant increase after relapse. Our findings show that for most patients with a relapse of brucellosis, there is an increase in IgG titers, as detected by ELISA and Coombs test, but no change in IgM titers.

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