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  • RANTES promoter gene polymorphisms and susceptibility to severe respiratory syncytial virus-induced bronchiolitis 

    Amanatidou, V.; Sourvinos, G.; Apostolakis, S.; Neonaki, P.; Tsilimigaki, A.; Krambovitis, E.; Spandidos, D. A. (2008)
    Background: Severe respiratory syncytial virus (RSV) infection is characterized by enhanced chemokine activity. Several studies have linked increased regulated on activation, normal T cell expressed and secreted (RANTES) ...
  • Risk Assessment of Tuberculosis in Immunocompromised Patients A TBNET Study 

    Sester, M.; van Leth, F.; Bruchfeld, J.; Bumbacea, D.; Cirillo, D. M.; Dilektasli, A. G.; Dominguez, J.; Duarte, R.; Ernst, M.; Eyuboglu, F. O.; Gerogianni, I.; Girardi, E.; Goletti, D.; Janssens, J. P.; Julander, I.; Lange, B.; Latorre, I.; Losi, M.; Markova, R.; Matteelli, A.; Milburn, H.; Ravn, P.; Scholman, T.; Soccal, P. M.; Straub, M.; Wagner, D.; Wolf, T.; Yalcin, A.; Lange, C.; Tbnet (2014)
    Rationale: In the absence of active tuberculosis, a positive tuberculin skin test (TST) or interferon-gamma release assay (IGRA) result defines latent infection with Mycobacterium tuberculosis, although test results may ...