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an antibody that causes agglutination of a specific antigen

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Se realizaron evaluaciones basicas, con clortetraciclina (CTC) y lectina Wheat germ agglutinin conjugada con isotiosionato de fluoresceina (WGA-FITC) para determinar los parametros morfofisiologicos.
Alleviation of cyclophosphamide-induced immunosuppression in Wistar rats by onion lectin (Allium cepa agglutinin) Ethnopharmacol.; 186: 280-288 (2016).
Sorg, "A standardized and automated method of perineuronal net analysis using Wisteria floribunda agglutinin staining intensity," IBRO Reports, vol.
(23) Mixed-type AIHA may be overdiagnosed because a warm autoantibody can elevate the titer of clinically insignificant cold autoantibodies (23) (though in these cases the cold agglutinin would tend to be evident only at the lower thermal amplitudes such as <30[degrees]C).
Cultures were negative for typical and atypical mycobacteria, but the patient had elevated cold agglutinin and M.
This study demonstrated that anti-H agglutinin titre to Salmonella enterica serotypes Paratyphi A and Paratyphi B in Mumbai was lower than that against Salmonella enterica serotype Typhi.
Of these immune reactive proteins, seaweed (5+), guar gum (5+), and apricot (5+) were the most reactive, followed by pea lectin (3+), spinach (3+), cooked white and brown rice (3+), cooked garlic (3+), zucchini (3+), and mackerel (3+), egg yolk (2+), garbanzo bean (2+), carrageenan (2+), soybean agglutinin (2+), bell pepper (2+), and mint (2+), then cooked lima bean (1+), gluten-free soy sauce (1+), tofu (1+), and mustard seed (1+).
These foods include avocado, latex hevein, lemon and lime, orange juice (pasteurized and concentrate), cooked Brussels sprouts, baked white potato, seaweed, radish, roasted almond, raw and roasted Brazil nut, cashew, roasted cashew, cashew vicilin, raw and roasted macadamia nut, mustard seeds, roasted peanut, peanut butter, raw and roasted pistachio, soy bean agglutinin, gluten-free soy sauce, tofu, roasted sunflower seeds, gelatin, cooked egg yolk, raw salmon, cooked tilapia, raw tuna, cooked tuna, cooked clam, cooked scallops, cooked squid (calamari), cooked shrimp, cow's milk, casein (alpha and beta), sesame, hemp, rye, barley, kamut, buckwheat, sorghum, millet, spelt, amaranth, quinoa, yeast, oats, corn, and rice (see Table 2).
Agglutinin from Abrus precatorius has been reported as an inductor of Th1 immune response through splenocyte activation and induction of IL2, IFN[gamma], and TNF[alpha][beta] cytokine production.
Food and Drug Administration (FDA) has granted Orphan Drug Designation for the True North Therapeutics's lead product candidate, TNT009 for the treatment of autoimmune hemolytic anemia, including Cold Agglutinin Disease (CAD), a form of autoimmune hemolytic anemia for which there are limited treatment options available for patients.
Oct-4 (also as knows Pou5fl), THY-1, c-kit, PGP9.5 (also as knows UCHL-1) and Dolichos biflorus agglutinin (DBA) are used to identify bovine (Izadyar et al., 2002; Oatley et al., 2004; Reding et al., 2010), goat (Heidari et al., 2012; Abbasi et al., 2013), sheep (Rodriguez-Sosa et al., 2006), pig (Lee et al., 2013; Lee et al., 2014), dog (Harkey et al., 2013), mouse and human (von Kopylow et al., 2010) and chicken SSCs (Momeni-Moghaddam et al., 2014; Sisakhtnezhad et al., 2015).
For instance, fucosylation of a-fetoprotein (AFP), which reacts with the lectins Lens culinaris agglutinin and Aluria aurentia agglutinin, has been shown to discriminate AFP produced by liver cancer from that originating from nonmalignant liver (18-19).
In Galanthus nivalis, agglutinin lectin, is said to help injuries and the nervous system.
Tandem lectin affinity chromatography monolithic columns with surface immobilised concanavalin A, wheat germ agglutinin and Ricinus communis agglutinin-I for capturing sub-glycoproteomics from breast cancer and disease-free human sera.