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>Revistas >Salud Pública de México >Año 2007, No. 3


Fernández-Salas I, Garza-Rodríguez ML, Beaty BJ, Ramos JJ, Rivas-Estilla AM
Presencia del virus del oeste del Nilo en el noreste de México
salud publica mex 2007; 49 (3)

Idioma: Español
Referencias bibliográficas: 32
Paginas: 210-217
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RESUMEN

Objetivo. Detectar la presencia del virus del oeste del Nilo (VON) en aves, equinos y seres humanos en el noreste de México. Material y métodos. Se buscó en diferentes localidades del noreste de México la presencia de anticuerpos antivirus del oeste del Nilo (anti-VON) en suero de 33 aves, 24 caballos y 237 personas mediante pruebas de ELISA durante el periodo de julio de 2003 a julio de 2006. En los sueros humanos se buscó también el RNA-VON mediante RT-PCR. Resultados. Se encontraron tres aves seropositivas y 15 equinos. En el hombre, 40% de los sueros fue positivo para anticuerpos IgG y ninguno para anticuerpos IgM. Conclusiones. El VON se encuentra activo en México y se suma a otras enfermedades emergentes transmitidas por vectores que representan un reto a la investigación y a los programas de prevención.


Palabras clave: virus del oeste del Nilo, noreste de México, Ac IgG-VON, Ac IgM-VON, flavivirus, México.


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