antistreptolysin


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antistreptolysin

[‚an·tē‚strep·tə′līs·ən]
(immunology)
The antibody that neutralizes the streptolysin of group A hemolytic streptococci.
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b) ALT, alanine aminotransferase; ALT ACT, ALT with pyridoxal phosphate; AST ACT, AST with pyridoxal phosphate; GGT, y-glutamyltransferase; apo AI, apolipoprotein AI; apo B, apolipoprotein B; UHDL, direct HDL cholesterol (Ultra HDL); albumin G, albumin assay with bromcresol green; albumin P, albumin assay with bromcresol purple; ASO, antistreptolysin O; C3, complement C3; C4, complement C4; hs-CRP, high-sensitivity C-reactive protein.
Similarly, the supplement-only group showed the greatest improvement in the inflammatory blood markers C-reactive protein and antistreptolysin O (ASO).
A repeat full blood count (FBC), HIV screen, thyroid screen, RPR, caeruloplasmin and antistreptolysin O titre (ASOT) were done.
Likewise, normal results were obtained on tests for mononucleosis, cat-scratch fever, toxoplasmosis, human immunodeficiency virus, purified protein derivative, antinuclear antibody (ANA), anti-DNA B-cell antibodies, antistreptolysin O, hepatitis, parvovirus B 19, HLA-B27, Brucella abortus, and uric acid.
Although serologies in most patients were positive for both antistreptolysin O and deoxyribonuclease B antibodies, indicating [beta]-hemolytic streptococci infection, some were positive for just one or the other antibody.
Tests for infectious disorders: Detection of Hepatitis-B, Hepatitis-C Hepatitis B surface antigen, or HIV-associated renal disease, Hepatitis C antibody, Human poststreptococcal Immunodeficiency Virus (HIV) glomerulonephritis, glomerulopathy antibody, antistreptolysin in secondary syphilis.
Antinuclear antigen (ANA), ASMA, rheumatic factor (RF), antistreptolysin O (ASO), and anti-neutrophil cytoplasmic antibody (ANCA) were also found to be negative.
6] platelets/L]), elevated serum alkaline phosphatase (290 U/L [reference range 35-104 U/L]), elevated lactic dehydrogenase concentration (560 U/L [reference range 100-190 U/L]), and elevated antistreptolysin O and rheumatoid factor titers.
Our patient satisfied one major (Carditis) and three minor (arthralgia, fever, and elevated erythrocyte sedimentation rate) Jones criteria that were supported by elevated antistreptolysin O titers.
3 fL (range 80-99 fL), erythrocyte sedimentation rate (ESR): 43 mm/hour, iron: 21 ug/dl (range 50-170 ug/dl), antistreptolysin O (ASO): 357 IU/ml (range 0-200 IU/ml), and C-reactive protein (CRP): 24.
927) Analyte Acceptance Criteria Alpha 1 Antitrypsin 3 SD Alpha Fetoprotein 3 SD Antinuclear Antibody 2 dilutions/ positive or negative Antistreptolysin 0 2 dilutions/ positive or negative Ann-Human Immunodeficienicy Reactive or nonrenctive Virus Complement C3 3 SD Complement C4 3 SD Hepatitis (HBsAg, anti-HBc, Reactive or nonreactiye HbeAg) Immunoglobulin A 3 SD Immunoglobulin E 3 SD Immunoglobulin G 25% Immunoglobulin M 3 SD Infectious mononucleosis.
Acute rheumatic fever was defined by two major, or one major and two minor manifestations accompanied with supporting evidence of antecedent group a streptococcal infection as a positive throat culture, or elevated or rising antistreptolysin (ASO) titer and echocardiographic findings (17).