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an evaluation of measles serodiagnosis during an outbreak in a vaccinated community.during an epidemic of measles in a vaccinated community, five serodiagnostic tests were performed on 67 persons on whom clinical and epidemiological data were available. the test found most suitable for a rapid diagnosis of measles infection was an enzyme linked immuno sorbent assay for the detection of specific igm antibodies. only one false negative igm was recorded. in a group of 45 persons who fulfilled the clinical definition of measles, specific igm antibodies were detected in the acute ph ...19883168353
population-based case-control study of measles, mumps, and rubella and inflammatory bowel disease.previous controversy was generated over the hypothesis that a paramyxovirus such as measles or vaccination against such viruses might be causally associated with inflammatory bowel disease (ibd). we aimed to determine if crohn's disease (cd) or ulcerative colitis (uc) subjects are more likely to be seropositive for measles, mumps, or rubella than controls.200717230540
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