Iron homeostasis and progression to pulmonary tuberculosis disease among household contacts

Early identification of individuals at risk for progressing to active tuberculosis (TB) disease may limit new transmission and improve clinical outcomes. Evidence indicates altered iron homeostasis may identify those at greater risk of disease progression in HIV co-infection. In a study, researchers from Gambia investigate iron homeostasis biomarkers as risk factors for progression to TB among household contacts in a study groups. Results suggesting Iron homeostasis is associated with progression to TB among household contacts and could differentiate between early and delayed TB-progressors.
Source :      2015/7/18 20:07

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