antinuclear antibody


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antinuclear antibody

n. Abbr. ANA
Any of various antibodies that react with nuclear antigens such as nucleic acids and histones and are often present in the blood of people with systemic autoimmune rheumatic diseases.
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All patients classified as having systemic lupus erythematosus must have a serum titer of antinuclear antibody of at least 1:80 on human epithelial-2-positive cells or an equivalent positive test.
Prevalence and clinical significance of rare antinuclear antibody patterns.
After this, they underwent laboratory tests to detect the presence or absence of antinuclear antibody (ANA), anticentromere antibody and anti-Scl70 antibody.
Hepatitis screen A, B, and C and her serology for autoimmune hepatitis which included antinuclear antibody (ANA), soluble liver antigen, anti-smooth muscle antibody, and liver kidney microsomal-1 antibodies were all negative.
Hassan, "Association of Immunofluorescence pattern of Antinuclear Antibody with Specific Autoantibodies in the Bangladeshi Population," Bangladesh Medical Research Council Bulletin, vol.
Schur, and American College of Rheumatology Ad Hoc Committee on Immunologic Testing Guidelines, "Evidence-based guidelines for the use of immunologic tests: antinuclear antibody testing," Arthritis & Rheumatism, vol.
Autoimmune and rheumatic manifestations and antinuclear antibody study in HIV-infected Thai patients.
Nova View automates the interpretation and reporting of IFA Antinuclear Antibody and ANCA testing.
Antinuclear antibody titre was 1:5120 but smooth muscle, liver-kidney microsomal and mitochondrial antibodies were absent.
In 95% to 100% of patients with DIL, serum is positive for antinuclear antibody (ANA), which most often has a homogenous pattern.
Antinuclear antibody was positive at a titer of 1:1280, and a myositis-specific antibody panel was performed.