moreover, blood transfusions in multiple times may cause the immune system is under constant alloantigen
stimulation in [beta]-thalassemia patients, in spite of the immune responses that are suppressed because of iron overload (62).
The first alloantigen
on leukocytes was called MAC (later known as HLA-A2).
Because leucocytes from the donor of the sera were also not agglutinated, the antisera obviously detected an alloantigen
present on human leucocytes.
 reported that a mixture of various boswellic acids in the range of 1.95-125 [micro]g/mL inhibited mice splenocytes stimulated with lipopolysaccharides (LPS), PHA, alloantigen
, and concanavalin A (ConA), in a concentration-dependent manner.
A post-OLT graft dysfunction mimicking de novo AIH has also been described when GSTT1 is an alloantigen
becoming a neo-self-antigen due to a mismatch between the liver donor and recipient .
Association of the B-cell alloantigen
DRW4 with rheumatoid arthritis.
Association of a B-cell alloantigen
with susceptibility to rheumatic fever.
IT can also be caused occasionally by the presence of a donor origin autoantibody  or by the presence of a recipient-origin alloantibody against a donor platelet alloantigen
There is accumulating evidence that there exist antigenic systems not detectable in standard lymphocytotoxic techniques that may provoke hyperacute or accelerated rejection: the endothelial-monocyte alloantigen
system , the anti-vascular IgG endothelial cell antibodies , and the IgM antibodies that are reactive against endothelial cells .
hAECs inhibit peripheral blood mononuclear cell proliferative responses to mitogen, alloantigen
, and recall antigen (14).
Albersheim, "Preservation of the delayed-type hypersensitivity response to alloantigen
by xyloglucans or oligogalacturonide does not correlate with the capacity to reject ultraviolet-induced skin tumors in mice," The Journal of Investigative Dermatology, vol.
The human platelet alloantigen
5 polymorphism as a risk fort he development of acute idiopathic purpura.