Immunobiology of Transfusion Medicine

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CRC Press, 21 sep. 1993 - 728 páginas
Describes the immunological aspects of blood transfusion medicine, examining the immuno-chemistry of blood group antigens, the immune destruction of cells, correlations between blood groups and disease, and the effect transfusion-induced retroviral infection has on immune response.
 

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CarbohydrateAssociated Blood Group Antigens The ABO HSe and Lewis Loci
3
Glycophorins Structures and Antigens
37
Sialic AcidDependent Red Blood Cell Antigens
69
Erythrocyte Blood Group Antigens Associated with Phosphatidylinositol GlycanLinked Proteins
97
The Rh Blood Groups
111
Platelet and Neutrophil Alloantigens Their Nature and Role in ImmuneMediated Cytopenias
149
Cellular and Molecular Biology of Senescent Cell Antigen
173
Do Blood Groups Have a Biological Role? GEORGE GARRATTY
201
Structural Analyses of Red Blood Cell Autoantibodies
387
Complement in Transfusion Medicine
403
MacrophageMediated Cell Destruction
435
Cellular Immunoassays and Their Use for Predicting the Clinical Significance of Antibodies
465
Autoimmune Hemolytic Anemia
493
DrugInduced Immune Hemolytic Anemia
523
Hemolytic Disease of the Newborn
553
Alloimmune Refractoriness to Transfused Platelets
597

Associations of Red Blood Cell Membrane Abnormalities with Blood Group Phenotype
257
Association of Blood Group Antigens with Immunologically Important Proteins
273
Use of Hematopoietic Cells and Markers for the Detection and Quantitation of Human In Vivo Somatic Mutation
299
Immunological and Physicochemical Nature of AntigenAntibody Interactions
327
Monoclonal Antibodies to Human Red Blood Cell Blood Group Antigens
365
TransfusionInduced GraftversusHost Disease
631
Retroviral Infections and the Immune Response
657
Index
695
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