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Title: 1983年タイ国チェンマイにおける脳炎のELISAによる血清診断
Other Titles: Serodiagnosis by the ELISA on Encephalitis in Chiang Mai, Thailand, 1983
Authors: GHANYASANHA, Charnchuahi / 分藤, 桂子 / 五十嵐, 章 / SUPAWADEE, Jiraporn / CHIOWANICH, Pien
Authors (alternative): Chanyasanha, Charnchudhi / Bundo, Keiko / Igarashi, Akira / Supawadee, Jiraporn / Pholprasert, Boonsom / Chiowanich, Pien
Issue Date: 28-Dec-1984
Publisher: 長崎大学熱帯医学研究所 / Institute of Tropical Medicine, Nagasaki University
Citation: 熱帯医学 Tropical medicine 26(4). p147-156, 1984
Abstract: 1983年の流行期にタイ国チェンマイにおいて114例の脳炎患者から採血した142検体の血清について日本脳炎(JE)とデングウイルス2型抗原に対する抗体価をELISAによって測定した結果,IgM-ELISAによって17例はJE,12例は多分デング脳症と診断された.JEの年令分布は10-14才にピークを示したが,デング脳症は10-49才とより高年令側に分布した.JE抗原に対する間接IgG-ELISAによって26例はフラビウイルスの2次感染と考えられ,その年令分布は10-14才に最も多く存在した. / One hundred forty two serum specimens from 114 encephalitis cases in Chiang Mai, Thailand collected during epidemic period in 1983, were measured for their antibody titers against Japanese encephalitis (JE) and dengue virus type 2 antigens by the ELISA. Seventeen cases were diagnosed as JE, while 12 were considered as possible dengue encephalopathy by IgM-ELISA. Age distribution of JE cases showed its peak in the group of 10-14 years old, while possible dengue encephalopathy distributed from 10 up to 49 years old. Indirect IgG-ELISA using JE antigen detected 26 cases of secondary flavivirus infections, with highest incidence in 10-14 years old.
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/10069/4389
ISSN: 03855643
Type: Departmental Bulletin Paper
Appears in Collections:Volume 26, No. 4

Citable URI : http://hdl.handle.net/10069/4389

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