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Q Fever malady

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Summaries for Q Fever

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CDC:3 Q fever is a worldwide disease with acute and chronic stages caused by the bacteria Coxiella burnetii. Cattle, sheep, and goats are the primary reservoirs although a variety of species may be infected. Organisms are excreted in milk, urine, and feces of infected animals. During birthing the organisms are shed in high numbers within the amniotic fluids and the placenta. The organism is extremely hardy and resistant to heat, drying, and many common disinfectants which enable the bacteria to survive for long periods in the environment. Infection of humans usually occurs by inhalation of these organisms from air that contains airborne barnyard dust contaminated by dried placental material, birth fluids, and excreta of infected animals. Other modes of transmission to humans, including tick bites, ingestion of unpasteurized milk or dairy products, and human to human transmission, are rare. Humans are often very susceptible to the disease, and very few organisms may be required to cause infection.

MalaCards: Q Fever, also known as infection due to coxiella burnetii, is related to hepatitis and pneumonia, and has symptoms including arthralgia, myalgia and pleuritic chest pain. An important gene associated with Q Fever is CD40LG (CD40 ligand), and among its related pathways are NF-kappa B signaling pathway and Amoebiasis. The compounds p003 and phosphatidylserine have been mentioned in the context of this disorder. Affiliated tissues include placenta, testes and bone, and related mouse phenotypes are mortality/aging and hematopoietic system.

Disease Ontology:8 A primary bacterial infectious disease that is a zoonotic infectious disease affecting multiple organs, has material basis in coxiella burnetii, which is transmitted by inhalation of air contaminated by barnyard dust containing dried placental material, birth fluids, or excreta of infected herd animals, transmitted by ingestion of contaminated milk, transmitted by tick bites and transmitted by contact with infected person. the infection has symptom fever, has symptom headache, has symptom cough, has symptom pleuritic chest pain, has symptom myalgia and has symptom arthralgia.

Wikipedia:63 Q fever is a disease caused by infection with Coxiella burnetii, a bacterium that affects humans and... more...

Aliases & Classifications for Q Fever

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Classifications:

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Global: Infectious diseases


Characteristics (Orphanet epidemiological data):

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q fever:
Inheritance: Sporadic; Age of onset: Variable


Aliases & Descriptions:

q fever 8 42 10 48 60
infection due to coxiella burnetii 8 48
query fever 42 48
coxiella burnetii fever 42
pneumonia in q fever 60
quadrilateral fever 48
q fever pneumonia 42
nine mile fever 48
coxiellosis 48


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Disease Ontology8 DOID:11100
NCIt39 C34970
MeSH34 D011778
ICD9CM27 083.0
MESH via Orphanet35 D011778
ICD10 via Orphanet26 A78
SNOMED-CT via Orphanet57 186788009, 68981009
UMLS via Orphanet61 C0034362
ICD1025 A78

Related Diseases for Q Fever

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Diseases related to Q Fever via text searches within MalaCards or GeneCards/GeneDecks gene sharing:

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idRelated DiseaseScoreTop Affiliating Genes
1hepatitis30.9SELL, GPT, CD40LG
2pneumonia30.8MBL2, ARG1, SELL
3brucellosis30.7SLC11A1
4cholecystitis30.6GPT
5scrub typhus30.5GPT, CD40LG
6leptospirosis30.4CD40LG
7uveitis30.3CD14, IL1R1
8cryoglobulinemia30.2APOH, CD40LG
9hepatitis c30.2GPT, IL1R1, CD40LG, ARG1
10influenza30.2ADA, MBL2
11arthritis30.2IL1RN, IL1R1, SLC11A1, SELE
12malaria30.0SLC11A1
13disseminated intravascular coagulation30.0CD14
14lupus erythematosus30.0CD40LG, APOH
15prostate cancer30.0IL1R1
16thyroiditis30.0MBL2
17peritonitis30.0ADA, CD14
18hepatitis b30.0MBL2, GPT
19viral hepatitis30.0CD14, GPT
20antiphospholipid syndrome30.0APOH, CD40LG, SELE
21tuberculosis30.0MBL2, SLC11A1, SELL, ADA
22glomerulonephritis30.0MBL2, CD40LG, IL1RN, IL1R1
23lymphopenia30.0ADA, SELL, IL1RN
24systemic lupus erythematosus30.0MBL2, APOH, CD40LG, IL1RN, IL1R1, SELE
25endocarditis10.8
26typhus10.5
27spotted fever10.5
28granulomatous hepatitis10.4
29hepatitis a10.4
30chronic fatigue syndrome10.3
31tularemia10.3
32acalculous cholecystitis10.2
33osteomyelitis10.2
34rickettsialpox10.2
35splenic infarction10.2
36lymphogranuloma venereum10.2
37aortic aneurysm10.2
38myocarditis10.2
39neuritis10.2
40optic neuritis10.2
41panniculitis10.2
42relapsing fever10.2
43thrombophlebitis10.2
44acute thyroiditis10.0
45plasmodium malariae malaria10.0
46crohn's disease10.0
47pyuria10.0
48mononeuritis multiplex10.0
49campylobacteriosis10.0
50miller fisher syndrome10.0

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Clinical Features for Q Fever

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Symptoms:

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  • arthralgia
  • myalgia
  • pleuritic chest pain
  • cough
  • headache
  • fever

Drugs & Therapeutics for Q Fever

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Anatomical Context for Q Fever

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MalaCards organs/tissues related to Q Fever:

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Placenta, Testes, Bone, Monocytes, Bone marrow, T cells, Prostate, Thyroid, Endothelial

Animal Models for Q Fever or affiliated genes

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MGI Mouse Phenotypes related to Q Fever:

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idDescriptionMGI Source AccessionScoreTop Affiliating Genes
1MP:00107689.2ARG1, CD40LG, CD14, IL1RN, IL1R1, SLC11A1
2MP:00053979.2ADA, MBL2, ARG1, CD40LG, IL1RN, IL1R1
3MP:00053879.1CD14, CD40LG, ARG1, MBL2, IL1RN, IL1R1
4MP:00053768.8CD40LG, NUPR1, ARG1, APOH, MBL2, CD14

Publications for Q Fever

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Articles related to Q Fever:

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idTitleAuthorsYear
1
Recent progress in glycomics and proteomics of the Q fever bacterium Coxiella burnetii. (23600879)
2013
2
Economic assessment of Q fever in the Netherlands. (23866818)
2013
3
Acute Q fever in northern Queensland: variation in incidence related to rainfall and geographical location. (22882795)
2013
4
Q fever--selected issues. (23772566)
2013
5
Implementation of a Q fever vaccination program for high-risk patients in the Netherlands. (23583810)
2013
6
Q fever in military and paramilitary personnel in conflict zones: case report and review. (23218785)
2013
7
Potential Animal and Environmental Sources of Q Fever Infection for Humans in Queensland. (23663407)
2013
8
Epidemiology of brucellosis and q Fever in linked human and animal populations in northern togo. (23951177)
2013
9
Coxiellosis/Q fever in cats: ABCD guidelines on prevention and management. (23813818)
2013
10
Antimicrobial therapies for Q fever. (24073941)
2013
11
Q Fever with transient antiphospholipid antibodies associated with cholecystitis and splenic infarction. (23271442)
2013
12
Coxiella burnetii infection among blood donors during the 2009 Q-fever outbreak in The Netherlands. (21756265)
2012
13
Serological screening of Coxiella burnetii (Q fever) and Brucella spp. in sheep flocks in the northern prefectures of Japan in 2007. (23277117)
2012
14
Seek and ye shall find: a case of Q fever in an elderly woman. (22170110)
2012
15
Coxiella burnetii, the agent of Q fever in Brazil: its hidden role in seronegative arthritis and the importance of molecular diagnosis based on the repetitive element IS1111 associated with the transposase gene. (22850965)
2012
16
Q fever in pregnant goats: pathogenesis and excretion of Coxiella burnetii. (23152826)
2012
17
Role of innate and adaptive immunity in the control of Q fever. (22711637)
2012
18
Q Fever masquerading as prostate cancer metastases. (22475908)
2012
19
Q fever endocarditis in Spain. Clinical characteristics and outcome. (21333397)
2011
20
Q fever (Coxiella burnetii) causing an infected thoracoabdominal aortic aneurysm. (21276689)
2011
21
Is it flu-or Q fever? (21157287)
2011
22
PCR for rapid diagnosis of acute Q fever at a combat support hospital in Iraq. (21305969)
2011
23
Prevention of Q fever endocarditis. (21272791)
2011
24
Outbreak of Q fever, Florac, Southern France, Spring 2007. (21395417)
2011
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A case of multifocal chronic Q fever osteomyelitis. (21221701)
2011
26
Difficulties in the diagnosis and management of a US servicemember presenting with possible chronic Q fever. (19766138)
2010
27
Diagnosis of acute Q fever with emphasis on enzyme-linked immunosorbent assay and nested polymerase chain reaction regarding the time of serum collection. (20846582)
2010
28
Q fever endocarditis. (20218950)
2010
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Considering Q fever when working with laboratory sheep. (20164950)
2010
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Enhanced Q fever risk exposure surveillance may permit better informed vaccination policy. (19618770)
2009
31
Acute Q fever and scrub typhus, southern Taiwan. (19861068)
2009
32
Markers of infection in inpatients and outpatients with acute Q-fever. (19778289)
2009
33
Q fever: epidemiology, diagnosis, and treatment. (18452690)
2008
34
Q fever with lymphadenopathy on F-18 FDG PET. (18496459)
2008
35
"Doughnut" granulomas from erythema nodosum in acute Q fever. (18494244)
2008
36
Acute Q-fever and history taking--a lesson learned. (19097013)
2008
37
Acalculous cholecystitis: an unusual presentation of acute Q fever masquerading as infectious endocarditis. (18854682)
2008
38
Q fever. (18755387)
2008
39
Autoimmune protein S activity deficiency following a Q fever. (17598022)
2007
40
Chronic fatigue syndrome after Q fever. (17599032)
2007
41
Q fever in US military returning from Iraq. (17765028)
2007
42
Q fever in the Southern California desert: epidemiology, clinical presentation and treatment. (16837704)
2006
43
Ongoing queries: Interpretation of serology in asymptomatic or atypical chronic Q fever. (16126277)
2006
44
Comparison of four commercially available assays for the detection of IgM phase II antibodies to Coxiella burnetii in the diagnosis of acute Q fever. (17114777)
2006
45
Diffuse abdominal uptake mimicking peritonitis in gallium inflammatory scan: an unusual feature of acute Q fever. (16358555)
2005
46
Q fever as a cause of pure sensory polyneuropathy -- the six-year itch: a follow-up of an indigenous Swedish case. (16308243)
2005
47
New criteria for immunofluorescence assay for Q fever diagnosis in Japan. (16272486)
2005
48
Q fever: a new cause of 'doughnut' granulomatous lobular panniculitis. (15377359)
2004
49
Pulmonary embolism in a patient with Q fever. Are the anticardiolipin antibodies the origin?]. (11333595)
2001
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Acute thyroiditis in a patient with Q fever. (5951280)
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Genetic Variations for Q Fever

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Expression for genes affiliated with Q Fever

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Expression patterns in normal tissues for genes affiliated with Q Fever

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Pathways for genes affiliated with Q Fever

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Pathways related to Q Fever according to GeneCards/GeneDecks:

idSuper pathways (with members indented)ScoreTop Affiliating Genes
110.1IL1R1, CD14, CD40LG
210.1IL1R1, CD14, ARG1
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10.1IL1R1, IL1RN, CD14

Compounds for genes affiliated with Q Fever

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Compounds related to Q Fever according to GeneCards/GeneDecks:

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idCompoundScoreTop Affiliating Genes
1p0034410.7APOH
2phosphatidylserine44 28 1112.6APOH, CD14
3glucuronoxylomannan4410.5CD14, SELL, CD40LG
4slea4410.5SELL, SELE, CD40LG
5endotoxin4410.5APOH, ARG1, SELL, SELE
6dextran sulfate4410.5CD40LG, SELL, APOH
7tuberculin4410.4MBL2, ADA, CD40LG, CD14
8cuprophan4410.4SELL, CD14, IL1RN, IL1R1
9polysulfone4410.4SELL, IL1R1, IL1RN, CD14
10gold sodium thiomalate4410.4IL1R1, SELE, IL1RN, CD14
11sulfasalazine44 28 49 1113.4IL1R1, IL1RN, CD40LG, SELE
12polymyxin b4410.4MBL2, SELE, CD14, IL1RN
13hydroxychloroquine44 1111.4CD40LG, APOH, IL1R1
14rantes4410.4CD14, SELL, CD40LG, MBL2, IL1R1
15prednisolone44 28 1112.3IL1R1, APOH, CD14, MBL2, SELL
16lactose44 1111.3CD40LG, SELL, MBL2, SELE
17peptidoglycan44 2811.3IL1R1, MBL2, CD14, IL1RN
18infliximab44 49 1112.3IL1R1, SELE, APOH, IL1RN
19ivig4410.3IL1RN, CD40LG, APOH, IL1R1, GPT
20ribavirin44 49 1112.3GPT, MBL2, ADA, CD40LG
21polyethylene glycol4410.3ADA, SELE, CD40LG, IL1RN, IL1R1
22atorvastatin44 49 28 11 2414.3SELL, SELE, GPT, IL1RN, CD40LG
23pentoxifylline44 1111.3CD14, SELL, IL1R1, IL1RN
24mannose4410.2IL1RN, MBL2, APOH, CD14, SLC11A1
25carbohydrates4410.2SELE, CD14, IL1RN, CD40LG, MBL2, SELL
26lipoteichoic acid4410.2IL1R1, CD14, SELE, MBL2, APOH, IL1RN
27vitamin b124410.2CD40LG, APOH, GPT, ADA
28epinephrine44 11 2412.2SELL, IL1R1, IL1RN, SELE, CD40LG, ADA
29vitamin d4410.1IL1R1, IL1RN, MBL2, GPT, SLC11A1, CD14
30methotrexate44 49 1112.1IL1RN, ADA, APOH, GPT, IL1R1, SELE
31pge14410.1SELL, GPT, APOH, IL1RN
32amphotericin b4410.1ADA, IL1R1, IL1RN
33histamine44 28 2412.1IL1RN, CD14, ADA, SELE, CD40LG, SELL
34neopterin4410.1ADA, MBL2, CD40LG, CD14, IL1RN, IL1R1
35aspirin44 49 28 2413.1ADA, IL1R1, APOH, CD40LG, IL1RN, SELL
36aspartate4410.1SLC11A1, GPT, CD14, CD40LG, MBL2, SELE
37indomethacin44 59 28 1113.1IL1R1
38heparin44 28 11 2413.0SELL, SELE, APOH, IL1RN, CD14, CD40LG
39latex4410.0CD14, IL1RN, APOH, MBL2
40fibrinogen4410.0IL1R1, APOH, SELE, GPT, IL1RN, CD40LG
41cyclosporin a44 28 5911.9CD14, IL1RN, ADA, GPT, IL1R1, CD40LG
42cholesterol44 28 11 2412.9IL1R1, IL1RN, CD14, GPT, SELE, APOH
43alanine449.9CD14, CD40LG, ADA, GPT, IL1RN, SELL
44glutamate449.8ADA, LNX1, GPT, IL1RN, IL1R1, CD40LG
45lactate449.8IL1RN, APOH, CD40LG, CD14, ADA, SELE
46dexamethasone44 49 28 1112.8CD40LG, CD14, MBL2, IL1RN, ADA, IL1R1
47vegf449.8CD14, APOH, SELL, IL1R1, IL1RN, MBL2
48creatinine449.7ADA, SELE, SELL, GPT, IL1R1, MBL2
49arginine449.7GPT, ADA, APOH, ARG1, CD40LG, CD14
50nitric oxide44 11 2411.6SLC11A1, IL1RN, SELE, ARG1, APOH, MBL2

GO Terms for genes affiliated with Q Fever

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Cellular components related to Q Fever according to GeneCards/GeneDecks:

idNameGO IDScoreTop Affiliating Genes
1cell surfaceGO:0099869.9ADA, IL1R1, CD14, APOH, MBL2
2extracellular spaceGO:0056159.2ADA, MBL2, APOH, ARG1, CD40LG, CD14

Biological processes related to Q Fever according to GeneCards/GeneDecks:

idNameGO IDScoreTop Affiliating Genes
1inflammatory responseGO:0069549.9SELE, SLC11A1, NMI, CD14, CD40LG

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