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1. Deiss A, Lee GR, and Cartwright GE: Hemolytic anemia in Wilson's disease, Ann Intern Med 73:413, 1970. 2. Melntyre N, Clink HM, Levi AJ, Cumings JN, and Sherlock S: Hemolytic anemia in Wilson's disease, N Engl J Med 276:439, 1967. 3. Slovis TL, Dubois RS, Rodgerson DO, and Silverman A: The varied manifestations of Wilson's disease, J PEDIATR 78:578,(More)
Antigen suspensions of enzyme-treated, formalin-fixed promastigotes of three species of Leishmania (L. donovani, L. tropica, and L. braziliensis) were evaluated by using the direct agglutination test with serum samples from healthy individuals and patients with confirmed cases of visceral and cutaneous leishmaniasis. High cross-reactivity was obtained with(More)
Much of the work on immunology of hydatidosis has so far been devoted to the development of suitable methods for serological diagnosis. The precise nature of hydatid antigens and their chemical characterization has still not been worked out, largely because of the complex life-history of the parasite and the difficulties of in vitro cultivation. The most(More)
Between 1971 and 1976 approximately 20% (2,265) of the population of Sanpete County, Utah, was screened for hydatid disease (Echinococcus granulosus) by intradermal, indirect hemagglutination, and bentonite flocculation tests. Of 34 persons who had follow-up chest radiographs and radioisotope liver scans, 6 were found to have asymptomatic hepatic cysts. If(More)
The micro-ELISA described in this report is simple and can give objective results for the serodiagnosis of human cysticercosis. The visual assessment of results was satisfactory. The ELISA results showed a remarkably good correlation with IHA. It gave good reproudcibility. Cross-reactions were eliminated by using whole worm antigen instead of the(More)