humorally


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humorally

(ˈhjuːmərəlɪ)
adv
(Medicine) med in a humoral manner or from a humoral point of view
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The deposition of C4d along the peritubular capillaries in renal allograft biopsies is considered a marker of humorally mediated allo-response (4,5) C4d positivity in the setting of significant allograft dysfunction has been reported to be an independent strong predictor of poor graft outcome.
1,4,5,8] 1, 25 (OH) Vitamin D is the most common humorally mediated cause of HM in Hodgkin disease.
Antibodies reactive with neuronal tissue in the serum of patients with SC demonstrate that the condition is a humorally mediated autoimmune condition.
The coldness and malformed dryness associated with Nosferatu not only is linked to Aristotelian categorical inversion--in this case the cold, desiccated, aged, non-Christian, non-male body constructed in opposition to the warm, humorally balanced Christian male body, alive with the correctly proportioned moisture of youth--but is also supported by learned medieval medicine.
Higher doses of vaccine or additional doses may be required to overcome the inhibitory effects of competing intestinal flora, concomitant use of oral polio vaccine and high levels of humorally transferred maternal antibodies against rotavirus.