Nadia Benseffaj

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Rejection occurs after the introduction of a genetically different graft, in a recipient. Nowadays, it is still a major obstacle in renal transplantation and reflects a normal protective immune response of a recipient against a foreign antigen. Involving many mechanisms of the innate and adaptive immunity, this reaction results in renal parenchymal lesions(More)
The toll-like receptors are innate immunity receptors which recognise particular exogenous structures in the microorganisms pathogen associated molecular pattern (PAMP) and endogenous structures damage-associated molecular patterns (DAMP). Eleven TLR have been identified among human beings. These are danger receptors located in the cells of the immune(More)
OBJECTIVES In Morocco, the patients affected by ankylosing spondylitis (AS) presents a high frequency of coxitis. Our study reports, for the first time, the polymorphism of Human Leukocyte Antigen (HLA) class I and class II molecules in the Moroccan patients. METHODS Forty-six patients diagnosed with an AS and coxitis were compared to a group of 183(More)
OBJECTIVES We have study the various associations between Behçet disease and alleles HLA class I and II in Moroccan population. The distribution of HLA alleles involved in the disease is assessed according to clinical signs and sex. PATIENTS AND METHODS Patients suffering from Behçet's disease have been compared to healthy controls matched by age and(More)
The management by objectives method has become highly used in health management. In this context, the blood transfusion and haemovigilance service has been chosen for a pilot study by the Head Department of the Ibn Sina Hospital in Rabat. This study was conducted from 2009 to 2011, in four steps. The first one consisted in preparing human resources(More)
PURPOSE OF STUDY The blood transfusion and haemovigilance service of the Ibn-Sina hospital in Rabat (Morocco) was created 1997. This unit manages the pretransfusional tests, distribution of blood products, traceability and haemovigilance. The objective of this study was to analyze, over a period of 12years, the traceability of blood products delivered in(More)
OBJECTIVES The Luminex technology is the most sensitive diagnostic method for HLA antibody detection and identification. However, the interpretation of immunoassays is commonly affected by the artifact, and non-specific background. Sera from some patients show high negative control bead (NC) value, which makes assessing and interpretation of HLA antibodies(More)
Celiac disease (CD) is an autoimmune disease frequently associated with type 1 diabetes (T1D). The prevalence of CD in patients with T1D varies from 3 to 6%. The clinical manifestation of CD in patients with T1D is classified as asymptomatic in about half of cases. Our study aims to determine the frequency of anti-tissue transglutaminase autoantibodies(More)
The aim of this study is to evaluate the possibility of using routinely Luminex high definition technology for the specific HLA typing of donors and recipients of hematopoietic stem cells. 340 HLA-DRB1 *, all from Moroccan individuals were first tested at the generic level and then at the specific level by PCR-SSO Luminex high definition. Alleles identified(More)
The presence of anti-HLA antibodies in the serum of a patient result from an immune response produced during an immunizing event as transfusion, pregnancy or graft. These antibodies can be cytotoxic by activating the complement pathway via C1q and may cause organ rejection during the transplant. Some male patients awaiting kidney transplantation are(More)