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Resolution of Diarrhea in an Immunocompromised Patient with Chronic Norovirus Gastroenteritis Correlates with Constitution of Specific Antibody Blockade Titer


Abstract: Norovirus gastroenteritis in immunocompromised hosts can result in a serious and prolonged diarrheal illness. We present a case of chronic norovirus disease during rituximab-bendamustine chemotherapy for non-Hodgkin’s lymphoma.


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Identifying a Specific Biomarker Allows for Improved Quality of Life


Abstract: Serositis and intermittent fever with cyclic white cell count elevations above normal range pose diagnostic challenges. Identifying specific biomarkers may allow for earlier treatment and improved quality of life for those diseases that share common symptoms


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IgG4-Related Tubulointerstitial Nephritis Complicating the Course of Chronic Kidney Disease


Abstract: An 82-year old hadfor > 20 years chronic kidney disease (CKD) attributed to hypertensive nephrosclerosis. Proteinuria and abnormalities of the urine sediment had been consistently absent and the rise in serum creatinine


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Genetics and Epigenetics in Tumorigenesis: Acting Separately or Linked?


Abstract: Tumorigenesis represents both genetic and epigenetic alterations. Genetic changes are defined as genomic DNA sequence changes, including point mutation, single nucleotide polymorphism (SNP)

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The aim of the journal is to provide a forum for researchers, physicians, and other health professionals to find most recent advances in the areas of medical sciences. Austin Journal of Clinical Medicine accepts
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Evaluation of Presence of MHC Class II Susceptible and Resistant Alleles to Oncovirus in Seropositive and Seronegative Holstein- Frisian Dairy Cattle in Iran

Abstract Bovine leukemia virus (BLV) is an exogenous C- type oncovirus in the Retroviridae family. This virus is an important model for human T-cell leukemia virus type 1 infection because they shared molecular and biological features.
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