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Reiter protein complementfixation (RPCF) test as a serological test for syphilis.

Lars FoМ€rstroМ€m

Reiter protein complementfixation (RPCF) test as a serological test for syphilis.

A clinical study.

by Lars FoМ€rstroМ€m

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Published in Helsinki .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Syphilis -- Diagnosis.,
  • Complement fixation.,
  • Complement Fixation Tests.,
  • Syphilis Serodiagnosis.

  • Classifications
    LC ClassificationsRC200.S4
    The Physical Object
    Pagination65 p.
    Number of Pages65
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL4366126M
    LC Control Number78450704

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Reiter protein complementfixation (RPCF) test as a serological test for syphilis by Lars FoМ€rstroМ€m Download PDF EPUB FB2

Test [test] 1. an examination or trial. a significant chemical reaction. a reagent. For names of specific tests, see under the name. double-blind test see double blind. single-blind test see single blind.

test (test), 1. To prove; to try a substance; to determine the chemical nature of a substance by means of reagents. See also: assay, reaction. An effective simplified serologic test for syphilis employing Reiter protein.

AMA Arch Derm. Aug; 78 (2)– MILLER JN, BOAK RA, CARPENTER CM. Reiter protein complement fixation test; a preliminary comparison of the TPI test with the complement fixation test employing a soluble protein antigen derived from the Reiter by: 8.

Abstract. A method for the Reiter protein complement-fixation test using the Techncon AutoAnalyzer is described. Two hundred and fifty sera were tested, when six false-positive and nine false-negative results were obtained when compared with results obtained by the manual by: 3.

A method for the Reiter protein complement-fixation test using the Techncon AutoAnalyzer is described. Two hundred and fifty sera were tested, when six false-positive and nine false-negative results were obtained when compared with results obtained by the manual method.

Deep freezing the sera before testing on the AutoAnalyzer increased the sensitivity so that in a further Cited by: 3. the complement-fixation test using Reiter protein antigen would be the most useful. Sequeira () found that the specificity and the sensitivity of the Reiter test were higher than those of the standard tests for syphilis and suggested that the ideal com-bination oftests for the diagnosis ofthe Reiter protein complementfixation book is the Reiter test and twotests Cited by: 3.

SPECIFICITY AND SENSITIVITY OF THE REITER PROTEIN COMPLEMENT-FIXATION (RPCF) TEST* REPORT ON 1, SELECTED SERA BY J. BEKKER Fromthe Laboratory ofBacteriology andSerology, National Institute ofPublic Health, Utrecht, Netherlands The reliability of the sero-diagnosis of syphilis depends on the specificity and the sensitivity ofthe tests by: 8.

The Reiter complement-fixation test (RPCF) was carried out on sera from patients, all of whom had given positive reactions with cardiolipin tests for syphilis; TPI tests were also performed. Cerebrospinal fluids from 39 patients were also tested by RPCF and Kolmer (cardiolipin) in parallel.

With the sera RPCF and TPI agreed (both positive or both negative) in (%) of the Cited by: 3. AbstractIN recent years many new serologic tests have been developed for the diagnosis of syphilis.

Some of these tests are so complex as to be restricted to research institutions or large public health laboratories. The Reiter protein complement-fixation (RPCF) test, however, can be readily performed in a small hospital laboratory and, according to most published reports,1–3 the results.

Like all other serum tests for syphilis the Reiter protein complement-fixation test (RPCF) tends very occasionally to give positive results in non-syphilitic sera and negative results in syphilitic sera.

The former are probably due, in part at any rate, to the presence in the tested serum of an antibody against the polysaccharide fraction of the Reiter treponeme and the latter to a prezone Cited by: 3. This is a PDF-only article.

The first page of the PDF of this article appears by: 3. Sensitivity and Specificity of Reiter Protein Complement-Fixation (RPCF) Test for Syphilis 1. Author links open overlay panel Charles R. Rein MD Louise C. Kelcec MT G. D'Alessandro MD J.H.

De Bruijn by: Loss of protein during a purification schedule 2 Overview of protein structure 4 Properties of proteins that enable purification 5 The range of techniques for protein purification 7 Protein purification strategy 7 The process of protein purification 9 The theory of chromatography 11File Size: 1MB.

The pattern of the antibody reacting in the Reiter protein complement fixation (RPCF) test was studied in experimental syphilis of the rabbit in comparison with the patterns of reagin and immobilisin.

In accordance with the data on syphilitic patients it was found that the RP antibody appears in the rabbit sera after reagin but before or simultaneous with by: 3. Guide to Protein Purification, designed to serve the needs of the student, experienced researcher and newcomer to the field, is a comprehensive manual that provides all the up-to-date procedures necessary for purifying, characterizing, and handling proteins and enzymes in one Features* Detailed procedures newly written for this volume* Extensive practical information* Rationale and.

Presenting the advantages and disadvantages of the various protein techniques, Principles and Reactions of Protein Extraction, Purification, and Characterization enables students and researchers to master the mechanisms behind the protocols and choose the best method for their purposes/5(2).

ProteinSimple Orchard Parkway San Jose, California, USA. TOLL-FREE: () TEL: () EMAIL: [email protected] Protein purification is vital for the characterisation of the function, structure and interactions of the protein of interest. This book presents current research from across the globe, including bacterial cellulose nanofibers for dye affinity carrier applications in protein adsorption systems; purification and applications of bacteriophage lytic enzymes; purification of novel sperm motility Price: $ Protein complementation is the most efficient way to get all 9 amino acids into a vegetarian's diet.

Protein complementation is when you combine two vegetable proteins (legumes and grains for an example) to get all 9 amino acids that are essential for your body. In the Fall of the Public Health Service initiated a study1 of untreated syphilis in the male Negro in Macon County, Ala.

The original group of participants included approximately syphilitic patients and nonsyphilitic controls. A few of the patients had clinical manifestations of late Cited by: 4.

Evaluation of Novel Protein Products is a collection of several scientific essays that resulted from a symposium held in Stockholm.

The order in which the essays are arranged follows a session type format. and then ends with the strategy in the examination of unique protein foods. Session 2 of the book is about the unique sources of protein.

useful in studies on protein–DNA interactions [19, 21], protein–protein interactions [22, 23], and as antigens for vaccine studies [24]. Maltose-binding protein Maltose-binding protein (MBP) is a 42 kDa protein encoded by the malE gene of Escherichia .ELECTROPHORETIC ANALYSIS OF SERUM PROTEIN IN REITER'S SYNDROME BY GEORGEW.

CSONKA Physician to the MedicalResearch CouncilInvestigation ofNon-Specific Urethritis AND E. KAWERAU St. Mary'sHospital, London Reiter's syndrome is a condition of unknown aetiology, but is probably of infective origin, with the primary focus in the genital tract. It occursCited by: 6.the reiter protein complement fixation test for syphilis (rpcf) compared with the treponema pallidum immobilization test (tpi) in a selected material.

j. kjellander. the bacteriological laboratory, sahlgrenska sjukhuset, by: 2.