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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, mules (80%; 4/5) originated only from the rural districts were seropositive. Ponies were derived only from the rural region and 42.9% (3/7) of these were seropositive.
The study was done from July 2015 to October 2015 and all the clients who were detected HIV seropositive during this period were included in the study.
There was a statistically significant difference in the clinical presentation between the AQP4 groups in which CMS was more common in the seronegative group, 27/47 (57.45%) as compared to 1/53 (1.89%) in the seropositive counterpart (p < 0.001).
Berrih-Aknin, "Microarrays reveal distinct gene signatures in the thymus of seropositive and seronegative myasthenia gravis patients and the role of CC chemokine ligand 21 in thymic hyperplasia," Journal of Immunology, vol.
caninum seropositive cattle do not abort and seronegative dams can give birth to seropositive calves (7).
The findings of these studies reveal that the neuropsychological performance of seropositive subjects may vary according to their situation with respect to each of these variables, although the results are not consistent.
As the p values are >0.05 antepartum complications in the HIV seropositive women are not significant in this study.
The age Group III had the highest seropositive percentage of 12.5 percent followed by Group II which was 7.6percent and there was no positive case in Group I.
That rate was sixfold higher in seropositive women with RA.
Significantly more seropositive arthralgia patients who did not develop RA had elevated levels of IgA (25%) and IgG anti--P.
Secondary endpoints were the frequency of genital HSV shedding in women with antibodies to the same HSV type and, among HSV-2 seropositive women, the risk of HSV-2 shedding for HIV-positive compared with HIV-negative women.