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an antibody acting against tissues of the organism that produces it

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German biotech company ImmunoQure revealed on Wednesday the launch of a worldwide, exclusive partnership for the development of a therapeutic autoantibody neutralising interferon-alpha under a strategic partnership with the international pharmaceutical company Servier.
CA-I and CA-II autoantibody levels were measured in serum samples obtained from each of the three groups and compared statistically.
One of the study's objectives was to determine whether one or more mechanisms was responsible for both autoantibody production and the micro-angiopathy seen in SSc.
Patients positive for rheumatoid factor had an even higher cTnI autoantibody prevalence of20.
One hundred and seventeen samples from cSLE patients ( n = 46) or children with AS ( n = 11) and HSP ( n = 60) were analyzed using an immunoblotting assay to generate autoantibody profiles.
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Furthermore, women of childbearing age with positive antithyroid autoantibodies, even when euthyroid, carry a substantial risk of miscarriage; one in four women with recurrent miscarriage is indeed antithyroid autoantibody positive (1, 2).
Cytoplasmic ICA represents antibodies reacting with GAD65, ICA512, and other unknown antigens, but not insulin autoantibody.
The mechanism that triggers the autoantibody response against TAA has still not been elucidated but could be consequent to abnormal self-antigen expression by tumor cells, through chemical alteration, mutation, posttranslational modification, misfolding, aberrant cleavage or localization, and overexposure and/or exposure or spillage of new TAA, in conjunction with the development of an inflammatory reaction within the tumor microenvironment [11,14].
For many patients, the presence of an RBC autoantibody alone may have no clinically apparent sequelae and will be detected only by an irregular antibody screen performed for another reason, such as during a preoperative workup or during testing of blood after donation.
According to the results, an increased hazard ratio of islet autoantibody seroconversion was associated with respiratory infections during the first six months of life and ages 6 to almost 12 months.
Thus, testing of patients with a chronic virus hepatitis C on presence autoimmune infringements so revealing autoantibody in blood whey is the indication for the special approach to a choice of methods of their treatment is necessary.
This autoantibody was noted in 25% of patients of study group while in 655 patients in control group.
In the new work, scientists examined the link between Epstein-Barr and autoantibody production in mice.