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    Laboratory Diagnosis Essay

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    Presence of anti-dengue antibodies inhibits agglutination of RBC. Paired sera are obtained during acute phase and convalescent phase of the dengue with a time interval of more than seven days. In primary infection, the acute-phase serum has low level of antibodies and will later have gradual elevation of HI antibody titres. In secondary infection, there is a rapid rise in HI antibody titres, normally going beyond 1:1280. Prevention and control • Public…

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    Cd40 Research Paper

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    Identification of CD40 and its role in the immune system The CD154, also known as CD40 ligand pathway is widely known for its significant role in immune regulation and homeostasis. It is identified by an antibody which is expressed on many cells in the immune system, for example, on dentritic cells, on B cells, on basophils, eosinophils, and monocytes. It is also can be found on epithelial cells, on smooth muscle cells, on keralino cytes, and on fibroblasts. The main function of CD40 is that it…

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    the same functions. The greater the difference between organisms means that there is more variance in the amino acid sequencing. However, proteins do most of the cell’s work and they also function as an immune antibody. The immune system consists of diverse cells and antibody molecules. Antibody is blood proteins that get activated when foreign organisms invade the body. They recognize certain antigens based on their epitope, which is usually five to eight amino acids long on the surface of the…

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    To help destroy pathogens from the body, white blood cells ingest them which stops them from harming the host. The white blood cells can produce antibodies to eradicate the pathogens and can also release antitoxins to neutralize toxin levels. There are many different types of white blood cells, all with different functions but can be sorted into two main groups; phagocytes and lymphocytes. A Phagocyte…

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    Essay On Celiac Disease

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    Celiac Disease Celiac disease also known as gluten-sensitive enteropathy. It effects a person’s digestive system. It has an adverse reaction to gluten based products. Gluten is defined as a gluey protein substance esp. of wheat flour that causes dough to be sticky. (Merriam-Webster) Enteropathy is defined as a disease of the intestinal tract. Gluten is found in food based of wheat, rye, barley, such as cereal, bread, pasta and biscuits. When you eat food that has gluten as an ingredient, your…

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    85% in SLE diagnosis. Accordingly, person is classified to have SLE based on the presence of a proven lupus nephritis with biopsy and positive anti-dsDNA or ANA antibodies have been satisfied.…

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    call the immune system. So how does the immune system work you may ask? In simple sense, when foreign substances enter the body, the body detects these substances and triggers the lymphocytes to produce antibodies. These antibodies stick to the antigens to help stop it from further production. Antibodies are a major element to the…

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    The Hepatitis C Antibody Test and The Hepatitis C RNA Qualitative Test. The Hepatitis C Antibody Test is screening test on your blood to see if you have ever had Hepatitis C. The tests check to see if antibodies are detected in your blood. If the test shows negative, then you have never been exposed to Hepatitis C and more testing is not necessary. If the test is…

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    Allergies

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    substances that would otherwise be seen as harmless. Allergies rank high on the list among the world’s most common health conditions. They begin when an allergen, the substance responsible for the reaction, causes the production of immunoglobulin E (IgE) antibodies, which coat mast cells. On subsequent re-exposure to the allergen, IgE reacts and causes the release of histamine and other inflammatory products from mast cells. These released substances lead to several of the signs and symptoms…

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    would normally not provoke an immune response unless in a diseased state. In AD, the immune system fails to differentiate between self-antigens and foreign antigens and an immune response is produced when the body attacks its self antigens with antibodies made against it, resulting in tissue…

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