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acute respiratory tract infections in indian children with special reference to mycoplasma pneumoniae.a total of 70 indian children of either sex and under 5 years of age who were admitted to the all india institute of medical sciences, new delhi during a 1-year period (january 1994-december 1994) with complaints suggestive of acute respiratory tract infections (arti), were investigated for bacterial aetiology of infection with special reference to mycoplasma pneumoniae. microbial aetiology could be established in 44/70 (62.8 per cent) of cases of arti. mycoplasma pneumoniae infection was seen i ...200011191152
species specific chlamydiae antibodies in voluntary blood donors of delhi.different species of genus chlamydia have been associated with ocular, genitourinary and respiratory infections, and coronary artery disease. since the majority of these infections remain asymptomatic or subclinical, antibodies may be present in apparently healthy individuals, and the determination of species specific chlamydia antibodies in a healthy population may reflect exposure. we therefore screened the sera of healthy blood donors for species specific chlamydia antibodies by microimmunofl ...200112025256
high immunoglobulin a seropositivity for combined chlamydia pneumoniae, helicobacter pylori infection, and high-sensitivity c-reactive protein in coronary artery disease patients in india can serve as atherosclerotic marker.atherosclerosis is increasingly recognized as a chronic inflammatory disease. a variety of infectious agents (chlamydia pneumoniae, helicobacter pylori, and cytomegalovirus [cmv]) and inflammatory marker such as high-sensitivity c-reactive protein (hs-crp) have been found to be associated with atherosclerosis and its consequences. there is a need to know about the type and burden of infection in coronary artery disease (cad) patients and the level of hs-crp in india as there is growing evidence ...200819037586
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