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- adj. Having few bacilli
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For paucibacillary leprosy (borderline-tuberculoid, tuberculoid and indeterminate), it uses two-drug regimen.
C13orf31, LRRK2, NOD2, and RIPK2 and multibacillary leprosy were stronger than the associations between these SNPs and paucibacillary leprosy.
We also carried out tests of heterogeneity of the associations (or lack thereof) between these 93 SNPs and disease, stratified according to clinical subtype (multibacillary vs. paucibacillary).
Adequate time must be invested if paucibacillary cases are to be detected.
The 2008 data indicate that 1.4 million of the TB cases were in people living with HIV/AIDS (PLWHA) who are particularly likely to be paucibacillary or smear-negative
The diagnosis of tuberculosis in children is frustrated by similar challenges as those experienced in adult TBM patients due to the paucibacillary samples and difficulty obtaining suitable sample volumes for testing.
37Rv is inoculated into positive control wells (> 10 5 bacteria/100 ul), and therefore cross-contamination was more likely from the positive control than from paucibacillary samples.