Rabies cases in dog markets in Kaduna state, northern Nigeria

A. Ehimiyein, M. Niezgoda, L. Orciari, I. Kuzmin, M. Osinubi, I.O. Ehimiyein, D. Adawa, S. Abdullahi, A. Ogunkoya, C.E. Rupprecht
2010 International Journal of Infectious Diseases  
Abstracts fied 19.2% (24/125) more positive cases, 50% (12/24) were HPV18, 37.5% (9/24) HPV16 and in 12.5% (3/24) amplification of more than one genotype occurred. Conclusion: In conclusion, target region for amplification of HPV DNA is a determinant factor in the molecular diagnosis of cervical infection. Moreover, quantification of the viral load by qRT-PCR SYBR Green-L1 assay allows to determines HPV infection, viral load, genotyping especially in women with high risks lesions by PAP smear.
doi:10.1016/j.ijid.2010.02.675 fatcat:5bdwgnjcjzaydl4jsb33427ll4