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Traditional methods for detection and quantitation of monoclonal proteins include urine and serum protein electrophoresis and immunofixation. For the past 20 years, electrophoresis of concentrated urine and immunofixation have been the tests of…

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Fascioliasis Hepatica

Fascioliasis is a helminthic infection resulting from exposure to F. hepatica or F. gigantica. F. hepatica infection is common in sheep and cattle, but the pathogen can also cause disease that is sporadic or endemic in humans. Human fascioliasis…

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Monkeypox

Monkeypox is a rare viral infection caused by an orthopoxvirus, which is a relatively large DNA virus that is related to smallpox. Monkeypox received its name because it was discovered in a group of laboratory monkeys in 1958. However, rodents, and…