alloantibody


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al·lo·an·ti·bod·y

(al'ō-an'ti-bod-ē),
An antibody specific for an alloantigen.

alloantibody

(ăl′ō-ăn′tĭ-bŏd′ē)
n. pl. alloantibod·ies

al·lo·an·ti·bod·y

(al'ō-an'ti-bod-ē)
An antibody specific for an alloantigen. Isoantibody is sometimes used in this sense.
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However, of the 125 local recipients for whom alloantibody data was available, 46.2% developed de novo post-transplant donor-specific alloantibodies.
Anyhow, the prevalence of alloantibodies against blood group antigens in dogs is quite rare and the only alloantibody consistently found is against DEA 7 antigen (around 10% in 2,500 dogs tested), and so far evidence of transfusion reactions or neonatal isoerythrolysis has not been documented [17, 34, 40].
The mean age of patients who developed red cell alloantibody was 8.8 3.79.
This model was used to test 1) if the difference between the 2 methods was significant; 2) if the observed differences were significantly different for each alloantibody; and 3) if the observed differences for any alloantibody type were different to the combination of the others.
The risks of exchange transfusion include fluid overload, febrile and allergic reactions, metabolic disturbances (e.g., hypocalcemia), red blood cell alloantibody sensitization, transmissible infection, and line sepsis.10 In a peripheral setup of develop- ing countries in which monitoring in intensive care units may not be possible, hyperkalemia and fluid overload may become problems during therapy.
Although the protocols for desensitizing a recipient for a positive cross-match living donor do not produce tolerance, the recipient alloantibody specific for the donor generally does not reappear, in the face of reemergence of the rest of the non-donor-specific antibody after the desensitization treatment is ended.
These false-negative antibody screening results pose a high risk for patients; (13) it has been well documented that the failure to detect weakly reactive red cell alloantibody can lead to a rapid anamnestic production of antibody and delayed hemolytic transfusion reactions.
Verbs include discuss, compare, contrast, describe, interpret, and explain (e.g.,"Compare and contrast the development of an autoantibody and an alloantibody.").
RBC alloantibody specificity and antigen potency in Olmsted County, Minnesota.
Anti-HLA Abs (anti-HLA Abs) as well as donor-specific alloantibody (DSA) is an increasingly common finding in renal transplant candidates [1, 2].
The repertoire of T-cells involved in the indirect recognition of allo-MHC peptides is responsible for alloantibody synthesis, and these T-cells may also lead to Th1/DTH or Th2/eosinophil rejection [81].
1 2 3 Cold Diagnosis Old Age Autoantibody Alloantibody Discrepancy Group of I IV IV Discrepancy Type of Missing Extra Extra Discrepancy antibody antibody antibody Serum AB O O Cell B AB B Serum O cells 0 2+ 3+ Grouping B cells 0 3+ 3+ A1 cells 0 4+ 4+ Cell Anti-H 2+ 2+ 2+ Grouping Anti-B 0 2+ 2+ Anti-A1 0 2+ 0 Anti-D 4+ 4+ 0 Anti-B 3+ 4+ 4+ Anti-A 0 3+ 0 Sl.