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Intended Use
The EBVEBNA-1 IgA Antibody ELISA Test Kit has been designed for the the detectionand the quantitative determination of specific IgA antibodies against EBVEBNA-1 in serum and plasma.
Contents of Kit
1. Microtiter Strips
2. Calibrator A (Negative Control)
3. Calibrator B (Cut-Off Standard)
4. Calibrator C (Weak positive Control)
5. Calibrator D (Positive Control)
6. Enzyme Conjugate
7. Substrate
8. Stop Solution
9. Sample Diluent
10. Washing Buffer
11. Plastic Foils
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1.64 U/mL


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Association of exposure to Toxoplasma gondii, Epstein-Barr Virus, Herpes Simplex virus Type 1 and Cytomegalovirus with new-onset depressive and anxiety disorders: An 11-year follow-up study


Authors: Markkula, Niina; Lindgren, Maija; Yolken, Robert H.; Suvisaari, Jaana

Background: Some prevalent infections have been associated with common mental disorders, but there are few longitudinal studies, and results are inconsistent. We aimed to assess whether serological evidence of exposure to Toxoplasma gondii (T. gondii), Epstein-Barr Virus (EBV), Herpes Simplex virus Type 1 (HSV-1) and Cytomegalovirus (CMV) predict development of new-onset depressive and anxiety disorders. Methods: In a nationally representative sample of the Finnish adult population aged 30 and over (BRIF8901, n = 8028), IgG antibodies for T. gondii, EBV, HSV-1 and CMV were measured in plasma samples. The population was followed up for 11 years and new-onset depressive and anxiety disorders were diagnosed with the Composite International Diagnostic Interview. Associations were analysed controlling for sex, age, educational level, region of residence and marital status, and in separate analyses also for C-reactive protein level. Results: Seropositivity and serointensity of the four infectious agents were not associated with an increased risk of new-onset depressive or anxiety disorders. Seropositivity for CMV at baseline was associated with a lower risk of new-onset generalized anxiety disorder (adjusted OR 0.43, 95% CI 0.22-0.86 for CMV positive persons). Conclusion: The results of this large, nationally representative longitudinal study suggest that common viral infections are not significant risk factors for common mental disorders. The association of CMV with a lower risk of generalized anxiety disorder warrants further investigation.

Higher Concentrations of Cyclosporine Metabolites in Liver Transplant Recipients With a History of Viral and Bacterial Infections


Authors: Zegarska, Jolanta; Hryniewiecka, Ewa; Zochowska, Dorota; Samborowska, Emilia; Jazwiec, Radoslaw; Dadlez, Michal; Paczek, Leszek

Background. Infection remains a serious clinical problem in liver transplant (LTX) recipients. A higher risk of infection is connected with immunosuppression therapy. The aim of the study was to assess the relationships between infections' incidence and concentrations of cyclosporine (CsA) metabolites after LTX. Methods. Forty-three liver transplant recipients receiving CsA were included in the study. With the use of liquid chromatography combined with tandem mass spectrometry, concentrations of CsA and its metabolites were measured: dihydroxylated cyclosporine metabolites (DiHCsA), trihydroxylated cyclosporine metabolites (TriHCsA), demethylcarboxylated cyclosporine metabolites (DemCarbCsA), AM1, AM9, and AM4N. The study protocol conformed with the Declaration of Helsinki. Results. Patients with a history of Epstein-Barr virus (EBV) infection had higher DiHCsA, TriHCsA, DemCarbCsA, AM1/CsA, DiHCsA/CsA, TriHCsA/CsA iDemCarbCsA/CsA in comparison with group without such infection (P = .049, P = .037, P = .006, P = .018, P = .005, P = .027, and P = .026, respectively). LTX recipients with a history of all viral infections had higher DiHCsA, TriHCsA, DiHCsA/CsA, TriHCsA/CsA than patients without viral infections (P = .013, P = .021, P = .013, and P = .048, respectively). Multivariable analysis showed that AM1, DiHCsA, TriHCsA, DemCarbCsA, AM4N/CsA had positively influence on the incidence of all viral infections (beta = 0.0302, P = .0328; beta = 0.0699, P = .0453; beta = 0.6781, P = .0382; beta = 0.6767, P = .0414; and beta = 0.8307, P = .0267, respectively). In multivariable analysis, patients with a history of all bacterial infections had higher AM1 and higher AM1/CsA in comparison with LTX recipients without such infections (beta = 0.0118, P = .0279; and beta = 0.0099, P = .036, respectively). Conclusion. In liver transplant recipients with a history of viral or bacterial infections higher concentrations of CsA metabolites were found. Possibly CsA metabolites could be used to assess the risk of infection in patients after liver transplantation. It should be confirmed in further investigations.

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