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seropositive

(of a person whose blood has been tested for a specific disease, such as AIDS) showing a serological reaction indicating the presence of the disease

seropositive

[¦si·rō′päz·əd·iv]
(pathology)
Having a positive serologic test for some condition.
Specifically, having a positive serologic test for syphilis.
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However, we found no significant differences in NATs and seropositivity rates to HPeV1, 3, and 6 at a cutoff of 1:32.
The results obtained from this study reveal the HLA-DRB1 distribution among RA patients in the Southeastern Anatolia region of Turkey and its relationship with seropositivity.
Seropositivity for CHIK and dengue IgM in the tested samples from different districts No.
This work has been performed in order to determine the rate of seropositivity among blood donors in Albania, to compare the seropositivity among two groups of blood donors paid and unpaid and to use this data in developing proper strategies for reducing CMV infections through blood transfusion, especially in immunocompromised patients.
The results suggest that the seropositivity increases significantly among children of school age and also increases parallel to age.
This is an amazing result that bodes well for women's protection against cervical cancer," she commented in an interview, explaining that "there is no wait time for memory cells to recognize and re-manufacture antibodies with complete seropositivity and high antibody titers.
The aim of the study was to determine HIV seropositivity among adult patients with FEP admitted to Town Hill Hospital in Pietermaritzburg, KwaZulu-Natal.
In this patient, HIV seropositivity was the only laboratory abnormality found in conjunction with pulmonary hypertension.
HSV-2 seropositivity was a statistically significant risk factor for HIV acquisition in the general population of men and women and among men who have sex with men.
The ill workers might have also lacked partial immunity to histoplasmosis because most were long-time residents of counties in Illinois where the estimated seropositivity of histoplasmosis is lower than in the central portions of the state (Edwards et al.
Independent factors associated with HSV-2 seropositivity included older age, being female (females were 2.