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* reinfection with dengue
 #134408  
  kabiraj - 10/31/06 22:28
 
  Dengue virus infection gives more severe disease when the individual already has

A) cell mediated immune response to another serotype of Dengue
B) neutralizing antibody to another serotype of Dengue
C) non-neutralizing antibody to another serotype of Dengue
D) non-neutralizing antibody to yellow fever virus
E) neutralizing antibody to plasmodium falciform
 
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* Re:reinfection with dengue
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  kashmala - 10/31/06 22:30
 
  d???  
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* Re:reinfection with dengue
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  yelito61 - 10/31/06 22:31
 
  C; I think  
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* Re:reinfection with dengue
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  cd45 - 10/31/06 22:59
 
  c??  
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* Re:reinfection with dengue
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  bep111 - 10/31/06 23:28
 
  aaaa  
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* Re:reinfection with dengue
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  cd45 - 10/31/06 23:30
 
  yea i think its A also...  
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* Re:reinfection with dengue
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  ktm - 10/31/06 23:42
 
  ?????  
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* Re:reinfection with dengue
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  drnicumd - 10/31/06 23:45
 
  C) non-neutralizing antibody to another serotype of Dengue
 
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* Re:reinfection with dengue
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  niyati82 - 10/31/06 23:48
 
  its c
not sure.but heard in ug days that dengue infection wid one serotype may give immunity to another serotypes also.like cross immunity.so if individual does not have antibody to prior infection reinfection may be severe.
still not sure.plz post the answer.:)
 
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* Re:reinfection with dengue
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  kabiraj - 11/01/06 11:29
 
  C is right  
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