The Immunology of the Fetus
This book provides information on the diagnosis and treatment of neonatal immunodeficiencies. It includes a survey on the "riddle of the fetal allograft". Also discussed in the text are Ontogeny, immunological aspects of differentiation, and treatment of spontaneous abortion. This book is useful to predoctoral students, researchers in obstetrics, animal husbandry, and reproductive immunology.
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DYNAMICS OF IMMUNOGLOBULIN AND TCELL RECEPTOR
Immunoglobulin Gene Rearrangements
Acad activity adult alloantibody allogeneic allograft antibody response antigen expression assay Balb/c bone marrow CBA/J cell lines cellular Chaouat choriocarcinoma chromosome Class Class-I Clin clones conceptus culture cytotoxic cytotrophoblast decidua deficiency detected differentiation disease donkey effect embryos endometrial cups factor female fetal fetus fetuses Figure function gene genetic gestation graft H-Y antigen immune responses immunodeficiency immunoglobulin Immunol immunological induced infections inhibition interactions leukocytes lymphocytes lymphoid MAbs macrophages major histocompatibility major histocompatibility complex male mast cells maternal immune mating membrane MHC antigens mice molecules monoclonal antibodies mouse murine Natl Nature London neonatal normal ontogeny patients PGE2 phenotype placenta precursors preeclampsia pregnancy prenatal diagnosis Proc proliferation prostaglandins protein rearrangements receptor repertoires Reprod resorption rate SCID serum specific spleen cells spontaneous abortion studies suppression suppressor cells syncytiotrophoblast syndrome T-cell T-lymphocytes thymus tissue transplantation trophoblast trophoblast cells vitro vivo Wegmann X-linked