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Chickenpox With Complication: Disease Bioinformatics

Chickenpox is caused by a virus called varicella zoster. People who get the virus often develop a rash of spots that look like blisters all over their bodies. The blisters are small and sit on an area of red skin that can be anywhere from the size of a pencil eraser to the size of a dime. The spots on the skin fill up with liquid and itch, if scratched they can leave scarring. Chickenpox is transmitted through the air. When someone with chickenpox coughs or sneezes, they expose the people around. If a person who has never had chicken pox inhales the virus they can be infected, the virus enters the lungs and is carried through the blood to the skin where it causes the typical rash of chicken pox. The incubation period of chickenpox is between 10 and 20 days. Before the typical rash appears, patients often develop a fever, headache, swollen glands and other flu like symptoms. Skin vesicles contain the virus but are not the primary sources. Scabs are not infectious. Patients are contagious from 2 days before onset of the rash until all of their blisters have crusted the virus can also be transmitted if someone comes in contact with the fluid from one of these healing blisters. In most all cases once someone has had the chickenpox they can’t have it again and now there is a vaccination shot that can be given to prevent the virus. However After the varicella virus infects the skin; it is not completely eliminated from the body as most viruses are. Instead the virus travels up the nerves to important nerve branching points called ganglia deep in the body where it stays in an inactive form. During this time the virus does not replicate certain triggers may cause the virus to travel back down the nerve to the skin causing painful, burning blisters. This condition is known as shingles, or herpes zoster or varicella zoster, or just zoster. Shingles occur in about 20% of people who have had chicken pox. The second most common complication of chickenpox involves the neurological system. One of these disorders is called acute cerebellar ataxia which causes progressive irritability, difficulty walking, difficulty with vision, and speech disturbances that persist for days or weeks but normally clear completely over time. Another neurologic complication is inflammation of the brain which causes sudden seizures, headache, sensitivity to light, and neck pain. These symptoms usually resolve after one to three days.

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We have 231 products for the study of Chickenpox With Complication that can be applied to Western Blot, Flow Cytometry, Immunocytochemistry/Immunofluorescence, Immunohistochemistry from our catalog of antibodies and ELISA kits.

Immunohistochemistry: Granulocytes Antibody (BM-2) [NBP2-29470] - Formalin fixed paraffin embedded human tonsil stained with Granulocyte antibody.Immunohistochemistry-Paraffin: Granulocytes Antibody (BM-2) [NBP2-29470] - Formalin-fixed, paraffin-embedded human tonsil stained with Granulocyte antibody (1:200), peroxidase-conjugate and DAB chromogen. Note specific cytoplasmic staining.

Mouse Monoclonal
Species Human, Primate
Applications ELISA, Flow, ICC/IF

1 Publication
Western Blot: Gastrin peptide Antibody [NB100-91780] - Analysis of Gastrin (M90) pAb at 1:500 dilutionLane1:HEK293T whole cell lysateLane2:NIH-3T3 whole cell lysateLane3:H9C2 whole cell lysateImmunohistochemistry-Paraffin: Gastrin peptide Antibody [NB100-91780] - Paraffin-embedded human colon carcinoma tissue.

Rabbit Polyclonal
Species Human, Mouse, Rat
Applications WB, ICC/IF, IHC

Western Blot: N-Acetylgalactosamine-6-Sulfatase/GALNS Antibody [NBP1-32899] - Sample (30 ug of whole cell lysate) A: H1299 7.5% SDS PAGE diluted at 1:1000.Immunocytochemistry/Immunofluorescence: N-Acetylgalactosamine-6-Sulfatase/GALNS Antibody [NBP1-32899] - Paraformaldehyde-fixed HeLa, using GALNS antibody (Green) at 1:500 dilution. Alpha-tubulin filaments were labeled Red.

Rabbit Polyclonal
Species Human
Applications WB, ICC/IF, IHC

     2 Reviews

Immunocytochemistry/Immunofluorescence: PA1 Antibody [NBP1-89792] - Staining of human cell line U-251 MG shows positivity in nucleus but not nucleoli & cytoskeleton (intermediate filaments).Immunohistochemistry-Paraffin: PA1 Antibody [NBP1-89792] - Staining of human urinary bladder shows moderate nuclear and cytoplasmic positivity in urothelium.

Rabbit Polyclonal
Species Human
Applications ICC/IF, IHC, IHC-P

Western Blot: ST5 Antibody [NBP2-13391] - Lane 1: Marker [kDa] 250, 130, 95, 72, 55, 36, 28, 17, 10<br/>Lane 2: Human cell line RT-4<br/>Lane 3: Human cell line U-251MG spImmunocytochemistry/Immunofluorescence: ST5 Antibody [NBP2-13391] - Staining of human cell line U-2 OS shows positivity in nucleus but excluded from the nucleoli.

Rabbit Polyclonal
Species Human
Applications WB, ICC/IF, IHC

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Alternate Names

Chickenpox With Complication is also known as Varicella Complicated.