Definitions

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  • noun An antibody involved in alloimmunity.

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  • noun an antibody that occurs naturally against foreign tissues from a person of the same species

Etymologies

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allo- +‎ antibody

Examples

  • 1 In renal transplantation, acute cellular rejection has been viewed as a T-cell-dependent process, but B cells are required for alloantibody production and may also play other roles, including alloantigen presentation to T cells. 2

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  • 1 In renal transplantation, acute cellular rejection has been viewed as a T-cell-dependent process, but B cells are required for alloantibody production and may also play other roles, including alloantigen presentation to T cells. 2

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  • 1 In renal transplantation, acute cellular rejection has been viewed as a T-cell-dependent process, but B cells are required for alloantibody production and may also play other roles, including alloantigen presentation to T cells. 2

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  • 1 In renal transplantation, acute cellular rejection has been viewed as a T-cell-dependent process, but B cells are required for alloantibody production and may also play other roles, including alloantigen presentation to T cells. 2

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  • 1 In renal transplantation, acute cellular rejection has been viewed as a T-cell-dependent process, but B cells are required for alloantibody production and may also play other roles, including alloantigen presentation to T cells. 2

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  • 1 In renal transplantation, acute cellular rejection has been viewed as a T-cell-dependent process, but B cells are required for alloantibody production and may also play other roles, including alloantigen presentation to T cells. 2

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  • 1 In renal transplantation, acute cellular rejection has been viewed as a T-cell-dependent process, but B cells are required for alloantibody production and may also play other roles, including alloantigen presentation to T cells. 2

    Medlogs - Recent stories

  • 1 In renal transplantation, acute cellular rejection has been viewed as a T-cell-dependent process, but B cells are required for alloantibody production and may also play other roles, including alloantigen presentation to T cells. 2

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  • 1 In renal transplantation, acute cellular rejection has been viewed as a T-cell-dependent process, but B cells are required for alloantibody production and may also play other roles, including alloantigen presentation to T cells. 2

    Medlogs - Recent stories

  • 1 In renal transplantation, acute cellular rejection has been viewed as a T-cell-dependent process, but B cells are required for alloantibody production and may also play other roles, including alloantigen presentation to T cells. 2

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