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Identification, genetics, and significance of the HLA-D determinants
|Series||Publications of the Faculty of Medicine ;, 17, Acta Universitatis Tamperensis : Ser. A ;, v. 98, Lääketieteellisen tiedekunnan julkaisuja ;, 17., Acta Universitatis Tamperensis., v. 98.|
|LC Classifications||QR184.3 .K3|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||61,  p. :|
|Number of Pages||66|
|LC Control Number||80469643|
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Genetics of the platelet glycoprotein Ib/IX/V complex in families with Bernard-Soulier syndrome and in the normal population of Finland. Helsingin yliopisto; Sirén, Marja-Kaisa. Predisposing HLA alleles in congenital heart block. In this chapter, the identification, structure, tissue distribution, and clinical importance of the HLA-D-region antigens are discussed (see also Thorsby et al., ).
The HLA-D determinants are recognized by cellular techniques, while the HLA-D-related (DR) antigens are detected by serological : B. Solheim, D. Albrechtsen, E. Thorsby. Fig. 1 gives a summary of our present day knowledge of the HLA supergene. The evidence that the HLA supergene is located on the sixth chromosome is unequivocal and has been confirmed by several groups.(1,2,3) The centromere is positioned nearer to the HLA-B than to the HLA-A side of the supergene, but it is unknown whether the HLA supergene is on the long arm or the Cited by: Data from these mu1-ti-ple experiments were used to determine the genetic association of HLA-D with various other surface antigens, as outlined below.
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This chapter presents a summary of the workshop on leukocyte markers and and significance of the HLA-D determinants book. The first subject discussed in the workshop was the antigen binding to T-lymphocytes. It was shown that antisera against the V L and V H parts of MOPC myeloma protein detected V L determinants on ng cells and V H determinants on Ly.t-l-bearing.
Bergholtz, B., and Thorsby, E., b, HLA-D restricted antigen activation of sensitized T lymphocytes: Studies on the ability of HLA-D/DR expressing B cells to substitute for macrophages in antigen activation, Scand.
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Primers for amplification of specific nucleic acid sequences of the second exon of HLA DQB1 genes and probes for identifying polymorphic sequences contained in the amplified DNA can be used in processes for typing samples from a variety of sources and for detecting allelic variants not distinguishable by serological methods.
This HLA DQB1 DNA typing system can be used Cited by: In: The Genetics of Human Cancer Ed John J Mulvihill, Raven Press, New York,pp Leibold W, Jorgenson F, Gatti RA: Use of lymphoblastoid cell lines for HLA-D typing. "Low-stimulator" lines. Transpl ProcGatti RA, Leibold W: Use of lymphoblastoid cell lines for HLA-D locus typing: III.
The diagnosis and management of diseases affecting the musculoskeletal system may be facilitated by using the results of one or more immunologic tests.
In using such tests for assistance in diagnosis, however, the results of laboratory studies should be considered supportive or confirmatory of the clinical presentation based on an accurate, complete history.
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