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Doctoral Thesis
DOI
10.11606/T.6.2018.tde-05032018-111759
Document
Author
Full name
Eloisa Aparecida Guedes
E-mail
Institute/School/College
Knowledge Area
Date of Defense
Published
São Paulo, 1982
Supervisor
Committee
Brolio, Roberto (President)
Belda, Walter
Candeias, José Alberto Neves
Croce, Julio
Juarez, Edmundo
Title in Portuguese
Contribuição para o estudo da resposta imunológica conferida pela vacina BCG
Keywords in Portuguese
BCG
Resposta Imunológica
Teste Tuberculínico
Abstract in Portuguese
O presente trabalho tem como finalidade estudar a resposta imunológica em escolares do sexo masculino, de 14 a 20 anos de idade, vacinados há 2 e 12 meses com BCG intradérmico, pertencentes a três Escolas do SENAI, nos municípios de Osasco, São Bernardo do Campo e São Paulo, Brasil, no período de agosto a dezembro de 1979. A população de estudo, constituída de 900 escolares, foi distribuída em três grupos: vacinados há 2 meses, vacinados há 12 meses e não vacinados, segundo as variáveis: idade, cor, sintomático respiratório, comunicante e presença de cicatriz pós-vacinal. Foram feitos 270 testes imunológicos, de transformação blástica de linfócitos para avaliar a resposta celular, e teste de hemaglutinação passiva para verificar a resposta humoral, pela pesquisa de anticorpos específicos. Simultaneamente foi realizado o teste tuberculínico com PPD Rt23 2UT,para avaliar a conversão tuberculínica pós-vacinal e a correlação da mesma com as respostas imunológicas. A resposta imunológica celular apresentou maior porcentagem de positividade do que a resposta humoral e se manteve praticamente inalterada no decurso de 2 para 12 meses. Não houve associação estatisticamente significativa entre a resposta imunológica celular e reatividade tuberculínica, nas pessoas vacinadas há 2 e 12 meses. Não houve relação entre reatividade tuberculínica, presença de cicatriz pós-vacinal e resposta imunológica.
Title in English
Contribution to the study of immunological response conferred by BCG vaccine
Keywords in English
BCG
Immunological Response
Tuberculin Test
Abstract in English
This survey is to study the immune response of male students, between 14 and 20 years old, who had received intradermal BCG 2 and 12 months ago. They studied at SENAI schools in Osasco, São Bernardo do Campo and São Paulo, Brazil, during august to december of 1979. The population of this study was 900 students separated in three groups: one who had received vaccine 2 months ago; other after 12 months and the last one who did not receive vaccine. The variables age, color, respiratory symptom, contact and presence of post vaccinal cicatrix were analysed. They were realised 270 immunologic tests of blastic transformation of lymphocyte in order to evaluate the cellular response and the hemagglutination test to find out the specific antibody to verify the humoral response. The tuberculin test was realized with PPD Rt23 2UT to evaluate the post-vaccinal tuberculin conversion and the correlation with the immune response. The cellular immune response demonstrated that has major positive percentage than the humoral response and was unaltered between 2 and 12 months groups. There were no statistical significant correlation between cellular immune response and tuberculin reativity in boys who received vaccine 2 and 12 months ago. There was not relation among tuberculin reativity, post vaccinal cicatrix and immune response.
 
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