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Leucocyte typing III

white cell differentiation antigens

by International Workshop and Conference on Human Leucocyte Differentiation Antigens (3rd 1986 Oxford, England)

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Published by Oxford University Press in Oxford, New York .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Leucocytes -- Classification -- Congresses.,
  • Histocompatibility testing -- Congresses.,
  • Tissue-specific antigens -- Analysis -- Congresses.

  • Edition Notes

    Other titlesLeucocyte typing 3., Leucocyte typing three.
    Statementedited by A.J. McMichael ... [et al.].
    ContributionsMcMichael, Andrew J.
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsQR185.8.L48 I68 1986
    The Physical Object
    Paginationxxxiv, 1050 p. :
    Number of Pages1050
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL2377097M
    ISBN 100192615521
    LC Control Number87005465

    All the results presented at this conference are contained in the book. It is of great credit to Professor McMichael and his team of editors that this important work has been made available to the scientific community so quickly. If a product of the right size is found, the assumption is that the HLA allele has been identified. The first, and oldest, system is based on serological antibody based recognition. Therefore, different serotype reactions may indicate the need to sequence a person's HLA to determine a new gene sequence. J Immunol 16—19 Google Scholar

    This is a preview of subscription content, log in to check access. In this system, antigens were eventually assigned letters and numbers e. For example, a new allele of B44 may get a serotype i. Chess L, Schlossman SF Functional analysis of distinct human T-cell subsets bearing unique differentiation antigens.

    Broad antigen types are still useful, such as typing very diverse populations with many unidentified HLA alleles Africa, Arabia, [25] Southeastern Iran [26] and Pakistan, India [27]. Yet despite this formidable range it is extremely readable and at all times interesting. On the basis of features observed with various methods of staining with polychromatic dyes, cells of the myeloid series are frequently termed granular leukocytes, or granulocytes; because the cytoplasmic granules of lymphocytes and monocytes are smaller and frequently not clearly visualized with routine methods, these cells are sometimes termed nongranular or agranular leukocytes. Each section provides detailed accounts of the antigens, including accounts of their structure, known function and distribution in benign as well as malignant cells. If a product of the right size is found, the assumption is that the HLA allele has been identified. The first details the structure of the workshop and the biochemical and statistical analyses employed.


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Leucocyte typing III book

Leucocyte Typing III: White cell Differentiation Antigens

Role of allelic variation[ edit ] Studies of humans and animals imply a heterozygous selection mechanism operating on these loci as an explanation for this variability.

Broad antigen types are still useful, such as typing very diverse populations with many unidentified HLA alleles Africa, Arabia, [25] Southeastern Iran [26] and Pakistan, India [27].

A small subset is responsible for proliferation of allogeneic cells or to soluble antigens and for helper activity for B cell differentiation.

A low white blood cell count can have many causes, which need to be further evaluated by a doctor. These studies using serotyping techniques frequently revealed, in particular for non-European or north East Asian populations many null or blank serotypes.

This typing is designated as Dw types. Antibodies[ edit ] HLA antibodies are typically not naturally occurring, and with few exceptions are formed as a result of an immunologic challenge to a foreign material containing non-self HLAs via blood transfusion, pregnancy paternally inherited antigensor organ or tissue transplant.

These include adhesion proteins, the use of monoclonal antibodies for immunosuppressive therapy and as prophylaxis against GVHD in bone marrow transplantation and, as to be expected, T cell receptors and other important functional antigens.

Over the years, serotyping antibodies became more refined as techniques for increasing sensitivity improved and new serotyping antibodies continue to appear. The isolation and characterisation of the human suppressor inducer T cell subset.

Once the sequence is verified, it is assigned a number. Each section provides detailed accounts of the antigens, including accounts of their structure, known function and distribution in benign as well as malignant cells. White blood cells WBC's are the ones responsible for the immune system in the body.

There are several types of serotypes. The Super-B8 haplotype is associated with a number of diet-associated autoimmune diseases. On the basis of features observed with various methods of staining with polychromatic dyes, cells of the myeloid series are frequently termed granular leukocytes, or granulocytes; because the cytoplasmic granules of lymphocytes and monocytes are smaller and frequently not clearly visualized with routine methods, these cells are sometimes termed nongranular or agranular leukocytes.

Cluster of differentiation

Under various abnormal conditions, the total number of leukocytes may be increased or decreased or their relative proportions altered, and they may appear in other tissues and organs. Iran, Pakistan, and India.

Detailed studies were also made in toto on fifty named leucocyte antigens. The sequence of the antigens determines the antibody reactivities, and so having a good sequencing capability or sequence-based typing obviates the need for serological reactions. HLA matching for sick siblings[ edit ] Main article: Savior sibling In some diseases requiring hematopoietic stem cell transplantationpreimplantation genetic diagnosis may be used to give rise to a sibling with matching HLA, although there are ethical considerations.Sorry, our data provider has not provided any external links therefor we are unable to provide a atlasbowling.com: G M Taylor.

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White cell differentiation antigens. A. J. McMichael et al. (Eds.). Oxford University Press, Oxford, No. of pages: Price: £Author: D. B. Jones. Leucocyte typing V white cell differentiation antigens: proceedings of the fifth international workshop and conference held in Boston, USA, November, by International Workshop on Human Leukocyt Published by Oxford University Press in Oxford, New York.

Oxford Handbook of Clinical Haematology Second edition Drew Provan Senior Lecturer in Haematology, Barts and The London, Queen Mary’s School of Medicine and Dentistry, University of London Charles R.

Human leukocyte antigen

J. Singer Consultant Haematologist, Royal United Hospital, Bath, UK Trevor Baglin Consultant Haematologist, Addenbrookes NHS Trust, Cambridge, UK.

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