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livestock (A) and the development of RVF disease among livestock (B) and humans (C). In panel A, the intervals during which diagnostic testing involving nucleic acid–based (RT-PCR assays) and serologic (RVF virus–specific IgM or IgG) assays are appropriate

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, were positive for either EBOV-specific IgG antibodies or EBOV nucleotide sequences in liver or spleen tissues. However, EBOV-specific IgG was not detected in animals that were positive for viral nucleotide sequences, and there was a temporal association

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with the S-LPS of B abortus , B melitensis , and B suis . Immunoglobulin M against S-LPS can be detected as early as the first week of the infection, followed by detection of S-LPS–specific IgG in the second week. Concentrations of both IgM and IgG

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-specific IgM antibodies in CSF; detection via antibody-capture ELISA of virus-specific IgM antibodies in serum and detection via another serologic assay (ie, PRNT or hemagglutination inhibition) of virus-specific IgG antibodies in the same sample or in a

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