biclonal

bi·clo·nal

(bī-klō'năl),
Pertaining to or characterized by biclonality.

bi·clo·nal

(bī-klō'năl)
Pertaining to or characterized by biclonality.
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In one case (10%), positivity with 1 of those 2 primer sets was the only molecular evidence of biclonality; 2 clonal populations were identified with IGH FR1 and IGH FR3 primer sets in 4 cases (40%; 2 [20%] with IGH FR1 and 2 [20%] with IGH FR3), and 2 of these cases (the ones with biclonal results for IGH FR1) also demonstrated biclonal populations with the IGH FR2 primer set.
Tokla and Burnie, planted in the 1970s, contain some polyclonal or biclonal tea.
8 Serum IgG, mg/dL 2250 694-1618 24-Hour total urine protein, mg/24 h 983 40-150 Serum protein electrophoresis Biclonal None IgG [lambda] Urine protein electrophoresis Free [lambda] None light chain Abbreviation: IgG, immunoglobulin G.
In addition, M-protein-containing specimens (IgG [lambda], IgA[kappa], and biclonal IgMi[kappa] and IgG [lambda]) were treated similarly with either 100 mL/L ethanol or saline and held at 4 [degrees]C overnight.
Several PCR products were used to establish the method: a polyclonal, a clonal, a biclonal, and two mixed-clonal products.
No cases of biclonal or oligoclonal nodal MZL have been reported to our knowledge.
In addition, biclonal gammopathies of different FLC types could produce normal [kappa]:[lambda] ratios although the concentrations of both molecules might be increased.
In addition, this technique is not useful when biclonal or triclonal gatiitnopathies are seen with HRE.
Patients with known autoimmune diseases, in whom the MC was detected as part of the evaluation of their primary disease, were excluded from this study, as were patients with biclonal gammopathies.
In addition, two samples with biclonal paraproteins were also evaluated.
In addition to monoclonal paraproteins, we also investigated four biclonal disease specimens.