Quantitation of immunoglobulins produced by donor lymphocytes in transplant patients and the possible identification of donor cell-produced antiviral antibodies by imprint immunofixation.

@article{Flesland1990QuantitationOI,
  title={Quantitation of immunoglobulins produced by donor lymphocytes in transplant patients and the possible identification of donor cell-produced antiviral antibodies by imprint immunofixation.},
  author={Oystein Flesland and Bjarte G. Solheim and Ove Johan Mellbye and Bodvar Vandvik and D A Albrechtsen},
  journal={Scandinavian journal of immunology},
  year={1990},
  volume={32 2},
  pages={149-52}
}
In the present study two patients were studied in detail to estimate the quantity of IgG of donor lymphocyte origin. Using IgG subclass quantitation and Gm haemagglutination inhibition titre, we estimated that up to 3% of IgG found after transplantation may be of donor lymphocyte origin. Analysis of viral antibody patterns by imprint immunofixation… CONTINUE READING