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(often followed by 'to') likely to be affected with

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ICSH guidelines for the laboratory diagnosis of nonimmune hereditary red cell membrane disorders.
At age 31 (six years later), the second episode of NS occurred, and the second kidney biopsy revealed negative IF for IgG, IgA, C3, and C1q, except faint IgM, with EM findings of complete effacement of foot processes and acellular debris in thickened capillary walls compatible with the diagnosis of a nonimmune complex podocytopathy and healed previous episode of membranous LN.
Researchers have been developing blocking and inverse agonist MAbs for the treatment of immune and nonimmune hyperthyroidism in the future.
TLRs are commonly expressed on sentinel inflammatory cells such as macrophages and dendritic cells as well as on nonimmune cells such as fibroblasts and epithelial cells [65].
Virus infection or Nonimmune Fetal growth disease anasarca restriction LCMV + n Toxoplasmosis + + Rubella virus [+ or -] + CMV + + HSV + + Syphilis + + Parvovirus B19 ++ + Zika virus ([section]) + ++ * Data were obtained from Anderson et al.
[2,3] This tumour has a female preponderance and factors like antepartal diagnosis before 20 weeks of gestation, prematurity, LBW, low APGAR scores, placentomegaly, nonimmune hydrops, polyhydramnios and malignant histotypes have worse prognosis.
Interleukin-33 (IL-33), a member of the IL-1 family [1], is expressed in a variety of cell types such as immune cells, including mast cells, macrophages, and dendritic cells, and nonimmune cells, including endothelial, epithelial, and smooth muscle cells and fibroblasts [2].
Among the high risk groups are pregnant women, nonimmune travelers, and children [1].
Infection with HPVB19 is known to cause several clinical manifestations, such as erythema infectiosum (fifth disease), transient aplastic crisis, pure red cell aplasia, nonimmune hydrops fetalis, glomerulopathy, and anemia in end-stage renal disease [1, 2].
HIT encompasses multiple clinical syndromes and can include nonimmune etiologies of thrombocytopenia as well.
For control purposes, representative sections were processed in the same way as described above using nonimmune rabbit or mouse sera instead of the primary antibodies, or omitting the primary antibodies in the incubation.
One important part of the decision-making process for determining proper policy in such contexts is a phenomenon known as "herd immunity." If a certain percentage of people in a group are immune to a disease, whether by having been infected and recovered or by having been vaccinated, those immune people can function as a barrier that can prevent the disease from being transmitted to nonimmune members of the group.