Study of serum immunoglobulins in normal pregnancy.


Suppression of maternal immune response may be one of the factors contributing to continuation of pregnancy, a state in which the foetus exists as a well tolerated homograft. Studies on serum immunoglobulin levels in pregnancy show varying results. In this study serum immunoglobulin levels of Ig G, Ig A and Ig M were estimated in 75 normal pregnant women… (More)