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Characterized by complete lack of Ig, Bcells, germinal centers, tonsils, adenoids
A graft puts a patient at high risk of infection from this opportunistic species
Patients who suffer from Wiskott Aldrich syndrome have defective organization of this cellular structure
Type of rejection that occurs in 3-5 days
This type of graft comes from twins and mice with identical MHC
Type of rejection that occurs within hours
Serum levels from wiskott aldrich patients often show this trait
TI-2 antigens involve this organic structure:
This graft comes from fraternal twins and all other strangers
This immunodeficiency affects both B and T cells
Acronym: HLA
SCID due to defect in common cytokine gamma chain, IL4, 7, IFNgamma
major cause of graft failure
Low height and weight, eczema, otitis media, and lack of response to Tindependent type 2 antigens are symptoms of this disease
btk is necessary for this cell's development
The highest contraindication for transplantation
Most common B cell deficiency disease involves a lack of this immunoglobulin
To improve the survival of transplanted kidneys, one would be wise to match this MHC
Symptom of IgA deficiency
This receptor is responsible for a failure of class switching
A deficiency of these immune cells leads to difficulty with viruses
In SCID, patients will have normal function of these immune cells
XLA is due to a defect in this gene
Definition: movement disorders and abnormal superficial blood vessel development
Type of rejection that occurs in days to weeks
Definition: A measure of relative specific antibody concentration in serum
The treatment of choice for CVID is:
A deficiency of these immune cells leads to difficulty with encapsulated bacteria such as strep and Hib
In this disease, the donor cells attack the recipient
Most common type of SCID involves a deficiency of this:
SCID is an emergency this age group
This disease manifests as skin rash, diarrhea, jaundice, and bone marrow dysfunction
HIGM is characterized by an elevated level of this immunoglobulin
In DiGeorge syndrome, patients are missing this primary lymphoid organ
Acute infection involves high levels of this Ig
Acronym: ALL
An immunoglobulin that is a sign of an infection from the past
A four fold increase in titer is called:
definition: pus forming
Receptor found on hematopoietic stem cells aka bone marrow producers
This type of graft is more efficacious but there is a higher chance of relapse
The treatment for pts with advanced disease for which alternative therapies are either nonexistent or have failed

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