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Master Thesis at the University of Kirkuk Discusses a serological study of the human cell amplifier virus in patients with thalassemia and blood donors

04 December 2018
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A Master Thesis at the Faculty of Science at the University of Kirkuk discussed a study of the serological study of the human cell amplifier virus in patients with thalassemia and blood donors and its relationship with interleukin-6.The study by Nishtiman Ali Abbas included the investigation of the cytotoxic virus among patients with anemia (Mediterranean) and blood donors and its relationship with interleukin-6.
The study concluded that the prevalence of CMV was higher among thalassemia patients than blood donors, and showed a significant difference in the use of elisa technique, and an increase in il6 was noted among patients with CMVThe researcher recommended the need for further studies and techniques of the latest and use of elisa technique in the investigation of the virus cmv.nyshtam01

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