Now showing items 1-5 of 5
Influence of Orally Administered Antibiotics on Faecal pH and Volatile Fatty Acid Concentrations on Infants and Young Children
Faecal specimens were collected from infants and children with common infections who presented to the Paediatrics Outpatient Department of the National Children's Hospital, San Jose, Costa Rica or to the Paediatrics Clinic, ...
Serum Antibody Titres to Shigella Lipopolysaccharides and Invasion Plasmid Antigens in Healthy Costa Rican and Swedish Women
Specific serum antibody titres to defined lipopolysaccharides (LPS) of Shigella spp. and Salmonella serogroup B (BO) and Shigella invasion plasmid antigens (Ipa) were determined by enzyme immunoassays in healthy Costa Rican ...
Ooquistes de Cryptosporidium sp. (Apicomplexa: Cryptosporidiiadae) y presencia del C. parvum en niños de Costa Rica
From 1982 to 1987 infant and preschool Costa Rican children with acute diarrhea were studied. Cryptospo ridium (Tyzzer 1912) and other agents of diarrhea were invetigated. Criptosporydium oocysts were diagnosed in Giemsa ...
Immunomagnetic separation and PCR detection show Shigellae to be common faecal agents in children from urban marginal communities of Costa Rica
Culture and immunomagnetic separation-polymerase chain reaction assays (IMS-PCR) were used to isolate and identify Shigella flexneri, S. dysenteriae type I and S. sonnei in faeces from 250 children up to 5 years and from ...
Trites of class-specific anitbodies against Shigella and Salmonella lipopolysaccharide antigens in colostrums and breast milk of Costa Rican, Swedish and Vietnamese mothers
Enzyme immunoassays (El A) were used to estimate titres of class-specific antibodies against purified and chemically defined phenol-water-extracted lipopolysaccharide (LPS) antigens of Salmonella serogroup B (BO), Shigella ...