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I'm curious of where crucell antibodies come from?

I'm curious of where crucell antibodies come from?

Antibodies to what?: Antibodies are made by lymphocyte/plasma cells. These may be of animal origin which ranges from mice, rabbits, goat, sheet, cows, horses etc. Some antibodies are of human origin. ...Read more

Antibody (Definition)

An antibody is a protein the body's immune system makes to identify potentially harmful substances in the body. Antibodies attach to the substance on a molecular level and mark it so the immune ...Read more


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I'm worried because my positive coeliac antibodies are 450 is this high, what do you suggest?

I'm worried because my positive coeliac antibodies are 450 is this high, what do you suggest?

See below: Presence of antibodies is not synonymous with disease. All lab results need to be interpreted in the clinical context and the doctor who ordered the test is usually in the best position to do that. You are right to be concerned with the high titer and should consult your doctor. See this site for more info. http://www.mayoclinic.com/health/celiac-disease/ds00319. ...Read more

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Does my body still make antibodies if I'm exposed to a cold but don't get symptoms. Hoping to protect nursing 2mth old from brother's cold. ?

Yes: Symptoms from a viral infection vary greatly from one person to another. However you would develop an antibody to that virus if infected. Whether you can prevent the child from developing a cold or not is uncertain but do note that a child in the first 3 months of life possessed protective antibodies to many infections and breast feeding may provide added protection as well. ...Read more

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What are antibodies? 

What are antibodies? 

Immune proteins: Antibodies are complex proteins made by the immune system to act against bacteria, viruses, or other infections. They also are active in signaling between different types of cells and in the activity of cells of the immune system. ...Read more

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What is pra antibody?

What is pra antibody?

Panel Reactive antib: Pra ( panel reactive antibodies ) or anti hla antibodies, is used in transplantation surgery , is how the body is going to react to transplantation. Hla testing or human leukocyte antibody cross matching is essential in organ transplantation like kidney. ...Read more

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What is the NS1 antibody?

What is the NS1 antibody?

Not sure,: there could be multiple answers to this (it seems like NS1 could be a common abbreviation). I do know that a structural protein associated with viruses (that cause diseases such as Dengue fever and Yellow fever) is used for diagnosis. ie, if you have antibody to this NS1 protein, then you have been exposed to that pathogen ...Read more

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U1rnp antibody what does it do?

U1rnp antibody what does it do?

Used for diagnosis: of mixed connective tissue disease (generally scleroderma with lupus overlap and muscle inflammation) for which it is fairly specific (accurate). The action of the antibody is not well characterized and probably less important than its use for diagnostic purpose (we know it binds to a protein for RNA building). In patients with anti-centromere Ab+ scleroderma, it portends kidney complications. ...Read more

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How fast can you create antibodies?

How fast can you create antibodies?

5 to 7 days: The ability to detect the antibodies affects this answer. The early antibodies are those of the IgM class but there are 5 all together. The antibodies can be formed fast but until a certain level occurs they can not be detected. 5 to 7 days for the early IgM antibodies and longer for igg more permanent antibodies. ...Read more