Serological and Biochemical Characterization of Dengue Viral Infection in Clinical Isolates, 2019 Study

Akshita Verma, Monika Basera, Sandhya Maurya, Pratiksha Thapa, Sandeep Singh, Shilpa Semwal, Komal Gupta, Vivek Kumar, Vijay Kumar, Divy Prakash Pandey, Narotam Sharma
2021 Scholars Journal of Applied Medical Sciences  
Original Research Article Introduction: Dengue is a vector borne viral disease caused by dengue virus (DENV), transmitted to host with the help of vector (Aedes aegypti and Aedes albopictus). Materials and Methods: Serological and biochemical tests was done in laboratory for the determination of NS1 antigen, IgG and IgM antibody. Complete blood count was also done. Result: A total of 278 cases were carried, out of which 119 of dengue virus reactive cases were considered for the proposed study.
more » ... erological markers NS1 antigen, IgM and IgG were found reactive. Also dengue virus shows clinical relevance on platelets count and total leucocyte count. Conclusion: Dengue virus come as an epidemic every year. Due to dengue virus, platelets count and leucocyte count decreases drastically, also a bit affect on erythrocytes and hemoglobin.
doi:10.36347/sjams.2021.v09i01.021 fatcat:bevgrfemzjelzobijss5lkp3hm