- LD antigens
- lymphocyte-defined a's.
Medical dictionary. 2011.
Medical dictionary. 2011.
antigens — anÂ·tiÂ·gen || Ã¦ntÉªdÊ’É™n n. foreign substance which stimulates the production of antibodies when introduced into a living organism … English contemporary dictionary
Ir-associated antigens — Antigens coded for by Ir (immune response) genes or antigens coded for by the genome close to the Ir genes. See also Ia antigens … Dictionary of molecular biology
somatic antigens — antigens, usually cell surface antigens, of the body of a bacterial cell, in contrast to flagellar or capsular antigens. See O a … Medical dictionary
species-specific antigens — antigens restricted to a single species and found in all members of the species … Medical dictionary
History and naming of human leukocyte antigens — In these instances, the A1/A2, A2/A3, A1/A3 are matched, decreasing the probability of a rejection because many are linked to a given haplotype. Occasionally the recombinant A1 Cw7 B7(rare), B7 becomes the alloantigen in a recipient with A1 Cw7… … Wikipedia
Other red cell antigens — In addition to the defined Human blood group systems, there are erythrocyte antigens which do not meet the definition of a blood group system. Most of these are either nearly universal in human blood or extremely rare and are rarely significant… … Wikipedia
blood group antigens — the antigens responsible for specificities of blood groups; those of the ABO and Lewis blood groups were the first to be characterized. They are formed by sequential addition of monosaccharide moieties to any of several different types of… … Medical dictionary
class I antigens — major histocompatibility antigens found on virtually every cell except for human erythrocytes; they are found on molecules consisting of two noncovalently bound chains. One, a 44 kD polymorphic glycoprotein partially embedded in the cell membrane … Medical dictionary
human leukocyte antigens — (HLA) histocompatibility antigens governed by genes of the HLA complex (the human major histocompatibility complex), a region on the short arm of chromosome 6 containing several genetic loci, each having multiple alleles. Loci are designated by… … Medical dictionary
Extractable nuclear antigens — are soluble cytoplasmic and nuclear components that are antibody targets with over 100 different antigens described. The main 6 used in immunological laboratories for detection are Ro, La, Sm, RNP, Scl 70 and Jo1, which are screened for by… … Wikipedia
self-antigens — (= autoantigen) The antigens of an individual&’s body have the potential to be self antigens for the immune system and unless clones of immune cells reactive with self antigens are eliminated an autoimmune response can be initiated … Dictionary of molecular biology