immunopathological

immunopathological

emanating from or pertaining to immunopathogenesis.
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Investigators were limited by a lack of data on patients' immunopathological subtype, clinical features, severity of pemphigus, and precise histological type of leukemia and lymphoma.
The materno-fetal relationship in malaria: histological, ultrastructural and immunopathological studies of the placenta.
Extra-hepatic synthesis of C3 in mononuclear phagocytes has been noticed long ago, and this local synthesis of complement at inflammation site may be of importance in immunopathological conditions.
Comparative immunopathological and immunosuppressive effect of three different Gumboro vaccine strains against Newcastle disease vaccination in broilers.
Ophthalmic molluscum contagiosum: clinical and immunopathological features.
Immunosuppressive retroviral peptides: immunopathological implications for immunosuppressive influences of retroviral infections.
He has a distinguished research career in unfurling the virological and immunopathological mechanisms controlling slow virus infection as well as contributing to the development of prion infectiology.
These autoantibodies can be markers of unknown immunopathological processes rather than having a central role in pathogenesis.
7) On the other hand, over-expression of IL-17 leads to recruitment of large numbers of neutrophils to the infected site, which instead contributes to the immunopathological injury.
Clinical, electrophysiological, and immunopathological study of peripheral nerves in Hansen's disease.
It has been considered that EDP may be a form of lichen planus because of the similar immunopathological features.