Table 1: Relationship of positive sera of human from Queretaro (Mexico) by ELISA and Western Blot against different antigen fractions of Trypanosoma cruzi associated with age, gender, and pathology.

SeraELISA HOG(a)ELISA SODe (b)WB SODe(c)AgeGenderPathology(d)

8++53MDM-I
10++40FHPG
26++53FDM-I + ICC
30++43MCCF
40++32FHPC
49++43MICC + DSP
50+++39FCCF
119+++45FHPG
122+++35MDM-II
133+80MDM-II
141++27FRF
157+37FDSP
173+67MDSP
185+++33FDSP
200++50FDSP
203+++48MHPC
204+54FDM-I + DSP
205++43FCCF
206++27FDSP
207++29FCCF
212++48MHT
214++35MDSP
215++27MDSP
218++39MDM-I
221++40FHPC
226+37MCCF
229++51FCCF
232++42FDM-I
236++44MHPG
238++49MCCF
240+++43MCCF
245++43FCCF
246++44FCCF
247++43FRF

(a) ELISA-HOG: Enzyme-Linked Immunosorbent Assay (ELISA) using total parasite extract (HOG) of T. cruzi as antigen fraction.
(b)ELISA-SODe: Enzyme-Linked Immunosorbent Assay (ELISA) using excreted superoxide dismutase (SODe) by epimastigotes of T. cruzi as antigen fraction.
(c) WB-SODe: Western Blot (WB) using excreted superoxide dismutase (SODe) by epimastigotes of T. cruzi as antigen fraction.
(d) Pathology abreviations: MD-I: mellitus diabetes type 1; MD-II: mellitus diabetes type 2; HPG: hipertrigliceridemia; CCF: chronic cardiac failure; HPC: hypercholesterolemia; DSP: dyslipidemia; RF: renal failure; HT: hyperthyroidism.