immunoglobulin G

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immunoglobulin G

[‚im·yə·nō‚gläb·yə·lən ′jē]
(immunology)
The most abundant immunoglobulin class in human serum; it is associated with complement fixation, opsonization, fixation to macrophages, and membrane transport. Abbreviated IgG.
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Positive Antibody test for both IgM and IgG was seen in 11 out of the 51 patients in the study group (21.
The apoptosis intensity of SH-SY5Y cells treated with NBD patients' or healthy individuals' IgG and serum samples was estimated by TUNEL staining as per the manufacturer's protocol (Roche Applied Science, Indianapolis, IN, USA).
The presence of a chronic disease was also not significantly associated with EBV VCA IgG positivity (p>0.
Los valores de IgG obtenidos en el grupo 1 (cabras que parieron una cria) fueron de 1762 mg/dl ([+ o -] 51) en suero y de 3693 mg/dl ([+ o -] 226) en calostro; mientras que en el grupo 2 (cabras que parieron dos crias) los valores hallados fueron de 1744 mg/dl ([+ o -] 78) y de 3726 mg/dl ([+ o -] 185) respectivamente.
IgG replacement treatment was initiated directly as SCIG in one patient.
IgM and IgG seroprevalence rates of selected vectorborne pathogens in samples submitted from suspected yellow fever cases in Mali, 2009-2013 * No.
The high prevalence of rubella IgG suggests that the virus is circulating in the Zimbabwean population and most of the women in this study acquired their immunity through natural infection as they were never vaccinated.
8226; IgG determination in serum and cerebrospinal fluids
Al nacimiento, las llamas y alpacas recien nacidas son hipogammaglobulinemicas, teniendo valores de IgG en plasma indetectables (Weaver et al.
The primary and secondary dengue infections are diagnosed by the detection of either IgM or IgG or both in patient's serum.