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Lyme disease, a growing public health problem in the United States, is also an increasing threat in Europe. Cases identified in a military community in West Germany are presented and problems of diagnosis and treatment discussed.
This study suggests that fluorescent microscopy may be feasible for the “bedside” diagnosis of respiratory diseases caused by adenoviruses and mycoplasma. Using throat washings or nasopharyngeal scrapings with serologic tests for confirmation, it was determined that approximately 50% of the adenovirus and 73% of the mycoplasma infections could be rapidly… (More)
Forty-five human enterovirus reagents of certified purity and quality were prepared for use as seed viruses and as immunizing antigens. One of the reagents was ampouled as "untreated" seed virus, whereas 14 were ampouled as "MgCl(2)-stabilized" reagents. The remaining 30 reagents were ampouled as "untreated" seed viruses and as "MgCl(2)-stabilized"… (More)