In the study, the 5th January issue of the monthly ACS Journal of Proteome Research reports – 6th describe the identification of protein biomarkers for cervical and vaginal infections in rhesus monkey. The discovery the discovery, she ‘provides an opportunity for the development of reliable, non-invasive tests for the diagnosis of IAI. ‘.
Reportedt a non-invasive diagnostic test for severe infections in pregnancyJournal of Proteome Researchscientists have the basis for a non-invasive test to diagnose common infections in pregnant women, who are a major cause of premature birth and infant mortality found. The University of Washington Michael G. Gravett and colleagues report the identification of protein biomarkers for this hard to diagnose infections of the amniotic fluid that surrounds the fetus before birth.Publishes. Kaiser Family Foundation. 2005 Advisory Board Company and Kaiser Family Foundation. All rights reserved.. By courtesy of to can total Kaiser Daily Health Policy is indicate Reports, search the archives or sign up for email email delivery at Emperor Daily Health Policy Report reprint for emperor network. A free service of The Henry J. Publishes. Kaiser Family Foundation. Courtesy to can complete Kaiser Daily HealthPolicyMonitor display Reports, search the archives , or sign up for email delivery for Imperial Daily Health Policy Report strongly supported royal network a free service from of The Henry J.