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seroepidemiological

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  • adjective Of or pertaining to seroepidemiology.

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Examples

  • In the late 1960s Herpes simplex type 2 (HSV-2) emerged as the prime suspect based on some seroepidemiological observations.

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  • This estimate is based on HIV incidence in blood donors, sentinel studies in pregnant women, and seroepidemiological studies in specific subpopulations. (see Figure 3, Figure 4).

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  • This estimate is based on HIV incidence in blood donors, sentinel studies in pregnant women, and seroepidemiological studies in specific subpopulations. (see Figure 3, Figure 4).

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  • G, Manoni F (1993) Prevalence of anti-hepatitis C virus antibodies among teenagers in the Venetian area: a seroepidemiological study.

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  • Samuel KP, Kan NC, Ascione R, Wong-Staal F, et al. (1985) Production of oncogene-specific proteins and human T-cell leukemia (lymphotropic) retrovirus (HTLV-I) envelope protein in bacteria and its potential for use in human cancers and seroepidemiological surveys.

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  • Visceral larva migrans. seroepidemiological survey municipalities Sao Paulo State, Brazil

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