isohemagglutinin


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isohemagglutinin

[¦ī·sō‚hē·mə′glüt·ən·ən]
(immunology)
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Additionally, all the included patients fulfilled the following inclusion criteria: immunodeficiency onset at greater than two years of age, absence of isohemagglutinins, and absence of defined causes of hypogammaglobulinemia.
Serial determinations of ABO isohemagglutinin levels in the ABO incompatible post-transplant patient are critical since an increase in titer can be an indicator of possible impending rejection.
Mielcarek and colleagues [20] observed a significantly earlier disappearance of isohemagglutinin titers in recipients of matched unrelated-donor grafts compared with recipients of matched related-donor grafts.
The frequency of ABO blood groups and the expression of group antigens and isohemagglutinins in Syrian Arabs.
(2) absent isohemagglutinins, poor response to vaccines, or both;