specific immunoglobulin

specific immunoglobulin

a preparation obtained from human plasma that is preselected for its high antibody count against a specific pathogen, such as varicella zoster virus.
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Those with a history consistent with an immediate-type allergic reaction to gelatin and serum specific immunoglobulin E, or skin tests showing sensitisation to gelatin, should undergo skin-testing with the gelatin-containing vaccine prior to administration.
Treatment of delayed food allergy based on specific immunoglobulin G RAST testing relief.
Furthermore, those children were found to have a high level of the specific immunoglobulin E to food allergens such as egg white, milk protein, wheat flour, peanuts or soya beans.
The predictive value of specific immunoglobulin E levels in serum for the outcome of oral food challenges.
The topics include how to obtain the health benefits associated with eating fish from other sources, differences in understanding the risks and benefits of fish consumption in three coastal estuaries in New York and New Jersey, a summary of evidence concerning fish consumption and cancer, women's fish consumption behaviors and federal and state advisories on mercury in seafood, a possible emerging health risk due to shellfish consumption, and whether specific immunoglobulin E levels have any role in the diagnosis of corn allergy in children.
Atopy was defined as having blood levels of specific immunoglobulin E antibodies for dust mites, cats, or grasses.
We should be able to identify the specific immunoglobulin that people with MS make (the key), and we should be able to decipher the genetics of the T-cell's receptor (which will teach us about the keyhole).
The test detects and measures allergen specific immunoglobulin E, or IgE, an antibody that is present at elevated levels in animals with allergies.
To our knowledge, this is the first clinical trial designed to investigate the efficacy of a specific immunoglobulin for the treatment of staphylococcal infections.
The research, which was funded by the National Institutes of Health, is the first to use a nationally representative sample, as well as specific immunoglobulin E (IgE) or antibody levels to quantify allergic sensitization to common foods, including peanuts, milk, eggs, and shrimp.
At eight years, specific immunoglobulin E to airborne allergens and bronchial responsiveness were measured.
Unlike allergic asthma, in which specific immunoglobulin E antibody responses occur, some individuals have nonallergic asthma that is also characterized by inflammation and airway hyperresponsiveness.

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