4 edition of HLA antigens in clinical medicine and biology found in the catalog.
Includes bibliographies and index.
|Statement||edited by Soldano Ferrone, Emilio S. Curtoni, Sergio Gorini.|
|Contributions||Ferrone, Soldano, 1940-, Curtoni, Emilio S., Gorini, Sergio.|
|LC Classifications||QR184.3 .H18|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xii, 256 p. :|
|Number of Pages||256|
|LC Control Number||78007361|
A cancer vaccine composed of HLA-*restricted epitopic peptides derived from three cancer/testis (CT) antigens, with potential antineoplastic activity. Upon subcutaneous administration, HLA-A*restricted multipeptide vaccine S may elicit a cytotoxic T-lymphocyte (CTL) response against tumor cells expressing these CT antigens. Background. Coeliac disease (CD) has risen to prominence in clinical medicine. After many years as a virtual orphan disease, unclear whether it should be embraced as an autoimmune disease or food intolerance, Anderson and Mackay recently described it as a ‘singularly compelling model’ of autoimmunity with a particularly strong association to specific human leukocyte antigens (HLA). 1 Cited by: Human Blood Groups is a comprehensive and fully referenced text covering both the scientific and clinical aspects of red cell surface antigens, including: serology, inheritance, biochemistry, molecular genetics, biological functions and clinical significance in transfusion medicine.. Since the last edition, seven new blood group systems and over 60 new blood group antigens have been identified.
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Twenty-three papers originally presented at a meeting held in Octoberin Florence, Italy. Of direct clinical relevance are the five papers on use of histocompatibility antigens determination in transplantation and four sketchy papers on selected topics on HLA-antigen associations with diseases.
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New York: Garland STPM Press, © (OCoLC) Online version: HLA antigens in clinical medicine and biology. New York: Garland STPM Press, © (OCoLC) Document Type: Book: All Authors / Contributors: Soldano Ferrone; Emilio S Curtoni; Sergio Gorini. The human leukocyte antigen (HLA) system (the major histocompatibility complex [MHC] in humans) is an important part of the immune system and is controlled by genes located on chromosome 6.
It encodes cell surface molecules specialized to present antigenic peptides to the T-cell receptor (TCR) on T cells. A comprehensive guide to the HLA (Human Leukocyte Antigen) system for immunologists and clinicians, this book contains up-to-date information on the MHC (Major Histocompatibility Complex) and its role in the immune response and in various diseases.
The book explores the biological significance and role of the HLA system in organ and haematopoietic stem cell transplantation.
The class I region contains the classical HLA-A, HLA-B, and HLA-C genes that encode the heavy chains of class I molecules. The class II region consists of a series of subregions, each containing A and B genes encoding α and β chains, respectively.
4 The DR gene family consists of a single DRA gene and up to nine DRB genes (DRB1 to DRB9).The DRA HLA antigens in clinical medicine and biology book encodes an invariable α Cited by: Although the emphasis of this book is on the role of HLA anti gens in clinical transplantation, their involvement in other clinical contexts is also discussed.
The main focus is on the human MHC an tigenic system, but MHC systems in other species are described as they contribute to our understanding of the structural and functional. The HLA system: genetics, immunology, clinical testing, and clinical implications.
Choo SY(1). Author information: (1)Department of Pathology, Mount Sinai School of Medicine, New York, NYUSA.
@ The human major histocompatibility complex HLA is located on the short arm of chromosome by: The human leukocyte antigen (HLA) system or complex is a group of related proteins that are encoded by major histocompatibility complex (MHC) gene complex in human.
These cell-surface proteins are responsible for the regulation of the immune system in humans. The HLA gene complex resides on a 3 Mbp stretch within chromosome 6p HLA genes are highly polymorphic, which means that they have InterPro: IPR The Antigens, Volume VII is a comprehensive treatise covering all aspects of antigens, including their chemistry and biology as well as their immunologic role and expression.
Different aspects of the genetic control of the immune response are explored, along with the link between infection and autoimmunity. Tumor immunology emerged from the shadows and became a substantial discipline.
Understanding of the thymus and the separation of T and B cells came just a little later during the s. Gradually cellular immunology spread its web, entering embryology, cell biology. Information from these assays is used to identify unacceptable antigens for patients awaiting deceased donor transplantation or transplantation via kidney paired donation, determine the best course of transplantation for sensitized patients, monitor donor-specific antibodies in patients undergoing desensitization and help identify the cause of.
The HLA complex in biology and medicine; a resource book. by Narinder K. Mehra et al. Jaypee Bros. pages $ Abstract. The aim of this review is to provide a brief overview of the role and current clinical relevance of HLA-B27 in spondyloarthritis and HLA-B51 in Behcet’s disease as well as HLA-DQ2/DQ8 in celiac disease and HLA-DRB1 in rheumatoid arthritis and to Cited by: 2.
ADCC in Histocompatibility and Clinical Medicine. HLA Typing of Cells in Long-Term Culture. Granulocyte and Monocyte Antigens and Antibodies. Data Analysis of Cellular Typing. HLA-D Typing by MLC with Homozygous Typing Cells. Primed Lymphocyte Typing (PLT): Application in Typing for HLA-D Locus Determinants.
Human leukocyte antigen (HLA) The human leukocyte antigen (HLA) is not a single antigen, but is rather a group of proteins that are located on the surface of white blood cells.
These proteins have a pivotal role in the body's immune response to foreign material. Because the HLA is a chemical tag that distinguishes "self" from "nonself," the antigen is important in the rejection of transplanted. The Hla Complex in Biology and Medicine: A Resource Book 1st Edition with the History of HLA and its latest nomenclature as well as the biological significance of minor histocompatibility antigens.
Enter your mobile number or email address below and we'll send you a link to download the free Kindle App. /5(2). 36 THE HLA SYSTEM: BASIC BIOLOGY AND CLINICAL APPLICATIONS could not wait for a well-matched donor.
It was a relief to know that the use of randomlv matched donors was not going to result in an intolerable pe~alty The One-Way Paradigm Why was. Transplant Antigens: A Brief History of HLA. and will be useful to the reader in orienting to the concepts of transplant biology in general.
The clinical significance of anti-HLA. This book will be an invaluable reference for researchers studying the human immune response, for clinicians and laboratory personnel involved in clinical and forensic HLA typing, and for human geneticists, population biologists, and evolutionary biologists interested in HLA genes as markers of.
A therapeutic T cell receptor mimic antibody targets tumor-associated PRAME peptide/HLA-I antigens Aaron Y. Chang, 1,2 Tao Dao, 1 Ron S. Gejman, 1,3 Casey A. Jarvis, 1 Andrew Scott, 1,4 Leonid Dubrovsky, 1 Melissa D.
Mathias, 1 Tatyana Korontsvit, 1 Victoriya Zakhaleva, 1 Michael Curcio, 1 Ronald C. Hendrickson, 1 Cheng Liu, 5 and David A Cited by: HLA-A is a group of human leukocyte antigens (HLA) that are coded for by the HLA-A locus, which is located at human chromosome 6p HLA is a major histocompatibility complex (MHC) antigen specific to humans.
HLA-A is one of three major types of human MHC class I cell surface others are HLA-B and HLA-C. The receptor is a heterodimer, and is composed of a heavy α chain and Protein type: Cell surface receptor.
Among the advances has been the initial characterization of the structure of some HLA loci. While this will ultimately improve clinical services, constant reference to serologic data is essential so that the powerful new techniques can be applied in the most effective ways.
HLA (formerly known as Tissue Antigens) is a peer-reviewed scientific journal established in It covers research on allergy and is published monthly by John Wiley & Sons and is the official journal of the European Federation for in changed its name from Tissue Antigens to HLA.
External links. Official websiteDiscipline: Allergy, immunology. HLA publishes full-length original articles, brief communications, commentaries and occasional reviews on research in: immunogenetics of cell surface antigens; ontogeny and phylogeny of the immune system; immunogenetics of cell interactions; functional aspects of cell surface molecules and their natural ligands, such as cytokines, adhesion molecules and activation antigens; role of tissue.
The D region codes for class II molecules. Class I includes HLA-A, HLA-B, and HLA-C. The three principal loci (A, B, and C) and their respective antigens are numbered, for example, as 1, 2, 3.
The class II gene region antigens are encoded in the HLA-D region and can be subdivided into three families, HLA-DR, HLA-DC (DQ), and HLA-SB (DP).
The human major histocompatibility complex HLA is located on the short arm of chromosome 6. It is known to be the most polymorphic genetic system in humans. There are six main MHC class II genes in humans: HLA-DPA1, HLA-DPB1, HLA-DQA1, HLA-DQB1, HLA-DRA, and HLA-DRB1. MHC class II genes provide instructions for making proteins that are present almost exclusively on the surface of certain immune system cells.
Like MHC class I proteins, these proteins display peptides to the immune system. Major histocompatibility complex (MHC) class II molecules, encoded by human leukocyte antigen (HLA) class II genes, play important roles in antigen presentation and initiation of immune responses.
However, the correlation between HLA class II gene expression level and patient survival and disease progression in cutaneous melanoma is still under by: 1.
Abstract. Histocompatibility testing is a specialized area of clinical laboratory science with particular relevance to transplant pro– grams. Although entailing several different specific functions, histocompatibility testing is most often equated with the deter– mination of the human leukocyte antigen (HLA) phenotype or genotype of an individual (referred to as HLA typing).Cited by: 2.
Human leukocyte antigens play an important part in the body's immune response to foreign substances. They make up a person’s tissue type, which varies from person to person.
Human leukocyte antigen tests are done before a donor stem cell or organ transplant, to find out if tissues match between the donor and the person receiving the transplant. Besides playing a crucial role in immune surveillance, human leukocyte antigens (HLA) possess numerous non-immune functions involved in cell communication.
In the present study, screening of a panel of HLA class I- and HLA class II-specific monoclonal antibodies (mAbs) for their effects on the metabolism of human melanoma cells showed for the first time that the HLA-B,C-specific mAb B Cited by: 1. Harnessing of the immune system for the battle against cancer has been the focus of tremendous research efforts over the past two decades.
Multiple means to achieve this goal, including adoptive transfer of anti-tumor-reactive T cells, systemic or localized administration of immune modulating cytokines, and the use of ‘therapeutic’ vaccines have been scrutinized.
The Division of Immunogenetics and Transplantation Immunology is engaged in research in a variety of areas including regulation of the immune response in both solid organ and hematopoetic stem cell transplantation, varying immunogenicity of HLA antigens, immune monitoring, identification of non-HLA targets in allogeneic transplantation, the role of non-HLA antibodies in allogeneic.
Transplantation is the process of transferring an organ or a part thereof (known as a graft) from one donor to him/herself (autologous transplantation) or to another recipient (allogenous transplantation if the individuals are not identical twins).In addition to being subject to strict legal requirements, the donor and recipient must be histocompatible in allogenous transplantations in order.
The final section features chapters on current laboratory practice in histocompatibility and tissue typing.\" \"HLA in Health and Disease is essential reading for basic and clinical researchers working in immunology and immunogenetics, transplantation medicine and autoimmunity. Regulation of Genes for HLA Class II Antigens in Cell Lines from Patients with Severe Combined Immunodeficiency Claude de Préval, Ph.D., Martin R.
Hadam, M.D.,Cited by: Unacceptable HLA Antigens: The key to finding a compatible donor for your patient in KPD Donor Antigens 8 •J. Michael Cecka, Ph.D., Professor Emeritus UCLA Immunogenetics Center 9 UNOS Kidney Paired Donation Recommendations •Laboratory recommendations •Molecular HLA typing HLA-A,B,C,Bw4,Bw6, DRB, DQA, DQB •DQA required for donors only.
Antigens systems important in transfusion medicine comprise red blood cell (RBC), platelet, neutrophil, and the widely distributed human leukocytes (HLA) antigens. The study of RBC antigens and antibodies forms the foundation of transfusion medicine.
Any of several members of a system consisting of the gene products of at least four linked loci (A, B, C, and D) and a number of subloci on the sixth human chromosome that have been shown to have a strong influence on human allotransplantation, transfusions in refractory patients, and.
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Sinha AA. Functional Importance of MHC class ll Polymorphism in normal immune responses and autoimmune disease. Molecular Biology of HLA Class ll Antigens. Sinha AA, Brautbar C, Szafer F, Friedmann A, Tzfoni E, Steinman, L, McDevitt, H.O.
HLA-DR and HLA-DQ ALLELES ASSOCIATED WITH PEMPHIGUS VULGARIS. Cellular Basis of Immune Modulation.