Verification and clinical immunological characteristics of peripheral nervous system lesions of Yersiniosis aetiology

28 March 2011
Written by Vostrikova O.P., Novikova O.D., Gorbach T.A., Ryabova N.N., Portnyagina O.Yu., Khomenko V.A., Pavlova G.G.

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The paper describes efficiency of various molecular forms of non‑specific pore‑forming proteins – species‑common antigen of outer membrane of Yersinia enterocolitica in identifying yer‑siniosis aetiology of the peripheral nervous system diseases. The authors have analysed several indi‑ces of the specific antibody response in patients with peripheral nervous system lesions, depending on the disease stage. The immunological examination of patients diagnosed with athe cute form of the disease has allowed detecting considerable changes in the immune status indices being characteristic of secondary immunodeficiency

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O.P. Vostrikova, O.D. Novikova, O.Yu. Portnyagina, V.A. Khomenko
Pacific Institute of Bioorganic Chemistry of the Far Eastern Branch of Russian Academy of Sciences (159 100 Year Anniversary of Vladivostok Av. Vladivostok 690022 Russian Federation)
T.A. Gorbach, N.N. Ryabova, G.G. Pavlova
Medical Association of FEB RAS (95 Kirova St. Vladivostok 690022 Russian Federation)

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