immune adsorption

im·mune ad·sorp·tion

1. removal of antibody (agglutinin or precipitin) from antiserum by use of specific antigen; after aggregation has occurred, the antigen-antibody complex is separated either by centrifugation or by filtration;
2. removal of antigen by specific antiserum in a similar manner.
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Shire is planning a Phase III multicenter, multi-national, randomized, double-blind, placebo-controlled study (SHP616-302) to evaluate the efficacy of CINRYZE (intravenous administration) as an adjunct to DSA reduction therapy (plasmapheresis, plasma exchange, and/ or immune adsorption treatments and MG) for the treatment of acute AMR in kidney transplant recipients.
Shire is planning a Phase 3 multi-center, multi-national, randomized, double-blind, placebo-controlled study (SHP616-302) to evaluate the efficacy of CINRYZE (intravenous administration) as an adjunct to DSA reduction therapy (plasmapheresis, plasma exchange, and/or immune adsorption treatments and IVIG) for the treatment of acute AMR in kidney transplant recipients.