Parainfluenza

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Last Updated: 08 May 2022
haemophilus parainfluenzae expresses diverse lipopolysaccharide o-antigens using abc transporter and wzy polymerase-dependent mechanisms. "haemophilus parainfluenzae expresses diverse lipopolysaccharide o-antigens using abc transporter and wzy polymerase-dependent mechanisms.", by Young RE, Twelkmeyer B, Vitiazeva V, Power PM, Schweda EK, Hood DW. fig0005: Visualisation of LPS and PCR investigation of potential OAg loci in H. parainfluenzae. (A) Proteinase K treated H. parainfluenzae cell lysates were fractionated by tricine SDS-PAGE and silver-stained. Strain numbers are listed above each...

Parainfluenza refers to a group of infections that lead to top and lower respiratory infections. There are 4 types of parainfluenza virus. Parainfluenza infections are most serious in babies and become less extreme with age. By school-age child, most children have been revealed to the parainfluenza virus. Most adults have antibodies versus parainfluenza, although they can get repeat infections. Deadly respiratory symptoms can be seen in young babies with bronchiolitis and those with weak body immune system. Sore throat; Fever; Runny or stuffy nose; Chest pain, shortness of breath, hissing; Cough or croup;.

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