alloantibody


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al·lo·an·ti·bod·y

 (ăl′ō-ăn′tĭ-bŏd′ē)
n. pl. al·lo·an·ti·bod·ies
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alloantibody

(ˈæləʊˌæntɪˌbɒdɪ)
n, pl -bodies
another name for isoantibody
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Noun1.alloantibody - an antibody that occurs naturally against foreign tissues from a person of the same species
antibody - any of a large variety of proteins normally present in the body or produced in response to an antigen which it neutralizes, thus producing an immune response
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Alloantibody monitoring can be done on high-immunologic-risk recipients, in intent-to-treat situations, and/or simply on every recipient along a given post-transplant timeline.
Evaluation of the clinical utility of maternal alloantibody screening as a surrogate to antiglobulin crossmatch procedures in resource limited settings.
(7) Other alloantibody formation factors include sex, number and timing of blood transfusions, age, pregnancy, recipient's diagnosis and treatment, and genetic factors related to the antigenic response.
Replacement therapy is very effective and forms the cornerstone in the treatment of haemophilia A unless patient develops an alloantibody (inhibitor) against exogenous FVIII1.
Red blood cell alloantibody frequency, specificity, and properties in a population of male military veterans.
All samples testing positive for alloantibody screening were further tested to identify the antibody specificity using an extended panel of 11 cells (Diacell, Diamed ID, Switzerland).
CNIs are also less effective at preventing chronic alloantibody responses than they are at limiting acute T cell mediated responses, leading to a risk of donor specific antibody (DSA) development and chronic antibody mediated rejection [4].
Price et al., "Donor B-cell alloantibody deposition and germinal center formation are required for the development of murine chronic GVHD and bronchiolitis obliterans," Blood, vol.
Maffi et al., "Alloantibody and autoantibody monitoring predicts islet transplantation outcome in human type 1 diabetes," Diabetes, vol.