lymphocytotoxic antibodies

lym·pho·cy·to·tox·ic an·ti·bod·ies

antibodies specific for antigens of lymphocytes that, on combining with the antigens, induce cellular damage or death.
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Opelz, "Non-HLA transplantation immunity revealed by lymphocytotoxic antibodies," The Lancet, vol.
(84,85) Within the population of ABO-compatible grafts, recipients with known, preformed lymphocytotoxic antibodies to the donor (positive cross-matches) are at higher risk for developing ABMR,86-90 whereas cross-match-negative transplants appear to have minimal risk of isolated ABMR.
Immunoglobulin class and specificity of lymphocytotoxic antibodies after kidney transplantation.