monoclonal cryoglobulin

monoclonal cryoglobulin

[¦män·ə¦klō·nəl ¦krī·ō′gläb·yə·lən]
(biochemistry)
A cryoglobulin composed of immunoglobin with only one class or subclass of heavy and light chain.
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High concentrations of monoclonal cryoglobulins tend to precipitate at higher temperatures, and it has been suggested that the higher the temperature at which cryoglobulins precipitate, the more dramatic the symptoms (1, 11).
To avoid missing a diagnosis of monoclonal cryoglobulins, laboratories should ensure that the sample temperature does not drop below 37 [degrees]C during the preanalytical phase.
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