infection in a highly vaccinated population in Saudi Arabia, 1996-2004.
The seed of Bordetella Pertussis
strains were maintained in lyophilized state which ensures a long working life with the ability to yield potent vaccine.
The target for the Bordetella pertussis
PCR reaction is also found in Bordetella holmesii.
Analysis of a repetitive DNA sequence from Bordetella pertussis
and its application to the diagnosis of pertussis using the polymerase chain reaction.
Nested PCR optimized for detection of Bordetella pertussis
in clinical nasopharyngeal samples.
Harmonization of Bordetella pertussis
real-time PCR diagnostics in the United States in 2012.
Seroprevalence of Bordetella pertussis
antibodies in Flanders (Belgium).
A snapshot of the global therapeutic scenario for Bordetella Pertussis
Cohort G consisted of 138 samples for confirming specificity of the testing algorithm (66 samples from the Netherlands and Germany from persons with recent human CoV infection [subcohort G1] and 72 samples from the Netherlands obtained for routine testing from persons with suspected Bordetella pertussis
The second poster, entitled "Spontaneous Identification of Bordetella bronchiseptica in a Baboon Colony: Potential Ramifications for Bordetella pertussis
Modeling" presented data that further evaluated 16 non-human primates and provided new information important to the future use of this model.
The cases, from four states, also illustrate the potential benefit of vaccination against Bordetella pertussis
in adolescents and adults, because immunity from infant immunization wanes after a decade.
One example is pertactin, a protein made by Bordetella pertussis
, the bacterium responsible for whooping cough.
AWhooping cough (pertussis) is a highly-infectious disease caused by the bacteria Bordetella pertussis
As Bordetella pertussis
outbreaks continue across the United States, clinical laboratories must be vigilantly prepared to mount a rapid and intelligent response to a suspected outbreak.
Title: Spontaneous Identification of Bordetella bronchiseptica in a Baboon Colony: Potential Ramifications for Bordetella pertussis
Modeling Authors: M.