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- noun pathology
Immunity, obtained from another, against one's own cells.
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Bold G, Presber F, Biti D, Babel N, et al. (2009) High levels of CMV-IE-1-specific memory T cells are associated with less alloimmunity and improved renal allograft function.
Human genome structural variation merits investigation as a potential mechanism in diseases of alloimmunity.