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What are indications of hla typing?

What are indications of hla typing?

Immunology: Usually hla typing is performed to look for immune compatibility (or lack thereof). Examples include transplant, platelet transfusion, and certain autoimmune diseases. ...Read more

Dna (Definition)

Dna are the coding molecules found in all living things on earth which contain the instructions on how to build living things. Its is comprised the nucleotide molecules which are ...Read more


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What is the definition or description of: hla typing?

What is the definition or description of: hla typing?

HLA typing: Describes the determination of proteins on the cell surface which the immune system utilizes to assign self and not self. There are multiple genes which encode these proteins on chromosome 6. ...Read more

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What is hla-typing or "tissue typing?" what is tissue crossmatch?

What is hla-typing or "tissue typing?" what is tissue crossmatch?

Donor-Recipient: These are all methods of determining compatibility between donor and recipient with organ and tissue transplants. Everyone has certain protein and carbohydrate markers on the outside of every cell. These make us unique, but also are potential allergens between people. To help prevent rejection (which can be life-threatening) we try to make sure the markers are alike as possible in both people. ...Read more

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With regards to hla typing, is mhc-1 matching or mhc-2 better to avoid a graft rejection?

With regards to hla typing, is mhc-1 matching or mhc-2 better to avoid a graft rejection?

In the arena of stem: Cell transplantation this is more defined than in the past. Class one match (hla a, b and c) and class two (hla dr and dq) are all performed at high resolution (gene level tryping). The best match with all loci evaluated will produce the lowest chance of graft rejection. Mis-match can be assessed in the gvhd and host vs graft (rejection) direction. ...Read more

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Lower abdominal discomfort, ultra/ct scans, bloodwork, esr, pst, colonoscopy, celiac hla typing, celiac panel all normal. Can it be ativan (lorazepam) withdrawal?

Lower abdominal discomfort, ultra/ct scans, bloodwork, esr, pst, colonoscopy, celiac hla typing, celiac panel all normal. Can it be ativan (lorazepam) withdrawal?

It is nonspecific sy: Your symptoms are not anything serious to justify anymore testing, as you already have done a lot. I would hold off any further interventions and eat and live normally. Begin to exercise daily would help to get your mind of this vague symptom of abdominal discomfort. ...Read more

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Is testing positive for HLA-B27 a good thing?

Is testing positive for HLA-B27 a good thing?

Maybe: You're more at risk for reactive arthritis and ankylosing spondylitis, and finding you have HLA-B27 may help clinch the diagnosis if it seems likely already. Why were you tested? The vast majority of folks who are positive never have any problems with it whatsoever. ...Read more

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What is an hla phenotype?

What is an hla phenotype?

Complicated: Hl in hla a stands for histocompability. This is a guide to genetic makeup and is used to identify tissue compatiblity and also for the specific hla-b27, to identify an association with the various forms of spondyloarthropathy, although found in 4-13% of healthy individuals. ...Read more

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What does it mean if I have hla antibodies?

What does it mean if I have hla antibodies?

Depends: Women who have been pregnant often have HLA antibodies. Their blood can cause side effects if transfused. If you need an organ transplant, it may make it more difficult to find compatible organ. Otherwise it is harmless. ...Read more

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What does it mean if I have hla antibodies?

What does it mean if I have hla antibodies?

Depends: Almost all women who have had children have antibodies to HLA of the baby's father. It can result from blood transfusion and organ transplant. Donated blood with HLA antibodies may cause harm to recipient. If you need an organ transplant then it is important not to use an organ with corresponding antigens. ...Read more

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