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IgA

abbr.
immunoglobulin A

IgA

Abbreviation for immunoglobulin A.

IgA

Immunoglobulin class A, an antibody class concerned with protection against virus and other infections in the mucous membranes of the body, especially in the respiratory and digestive systems.
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The iGA stated that the satisfaction level of the business sector has also increased to reach 84pc, due to online services provided via Sijilat for the commercial registration, noting the technical enhancement made to the system since its launch.
RPGN, IgA Nephropathy with superimposed global crescents as well as crescents in the remaining glomeruli with varying stages.
In line with our previous study performed in elite football players (Penailillo et al., 2015) we observed no correlation between changes in salivary cortisol and IgA concentrations after the match, or any parameter determining the physical load during the match in professional football referees.
Aside from the fact that Japan has a low unemployment rate, Iga is located in the countryside, and that to become a ninja performer, one should have the necessary skills set - it's no surprise the second museum proposition will take a while before it comes into fruition, despite the reportedly competitive pay.
The very high CRP in our case is an unexpected finding for IgA nephropathy in the absence of infection, since such high elevations have not been described in prior studies [12-14].
Fluorescent immunostaining showed granular staining of IgA and C3, but not of IgG, IgM, or C1q, on glomerular capillaries and some mesangial areas (Figures 2(a)-2(e)).
There is no detectable anti-Gal IgM and IgA in the cord blood of newborns, whereas anti-Gal IgG is present at similar levels in both the neonate and mother because of transplacental transfer during pregnancy.
Tamkeen and the Information and eGovernment Authority (iGA) have signed a partnership aimed at training and qualifying Bahraini professionals in the field of information and communication technology.
How would you improve the democratic system in this country?" Iga Jasinska responded to the challenge by writing an essay exploring views on how to improve the democratic system in this country.
Our bodies have a built-in security system called secretory IgA, which is present in mucosal membranes that line the nose and upper respiratory tract.