HLA


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AcronymDefinition
HLAHuman Leukocyte Antigen
HLAHigh Level Architecture
HLAHandbook of Latin American Studies (database)
HLAHandball Liga Austria (German: Handball League Austria)
HLAHistocompatibility Leukocyte Antigen
HLAHill Launch Assist
HLAHigh Level Assessment
HLAHome Location Area
HLAHigh Level Assembly
HLAHong Leong Asia (China)
HLAHillcrest Lutheran Academy (Fergus Falls, MN)
HLAHealth Law Association (various locations)
HLAHydraulic Launch Assist
HLAHealth Law Advocates (Boston, MA)
HLAHousing Land Availability (various locations)
HLAHealthy Living Alliance (Missouri)
HLAHarding Lawson Associates
HLAHome Loan Account (mortgages)
HLAHome Loan Applicant (credit)
HLAHydraulic Lash Adjuster (automotive valve train component)
HLAHigh Level Algorithm
HLAHonorary Legal Adviser (Citizens Advice Bureau; UK)
HLAHalifax Library Association (Halifax, Nova Scotia, Canada)
HLAHigh Level Assessment (Cisco)
HLAHorizontal Line Array
HLAHome Location Agent
HLAHelicopter Landing Area
HLAHeated Living Area (real estate)
HLAHigh Level Approach (CMM)
HLAHigh Layer Compatibility
HLAHawaii Lai'ieikawai Association
HLAHeavy Lift Aircraft
HLAHigh-Level Analog
HLAHiggins Lectureship Award (AISC)
HLAHeat & Limited Ammo (gaming, Mech Warrior)
HLAHeavy Load Assessment
HLAHyperbaric Lighting Assemblies
HLAHistorical Labor Application
HLAHigh-Level Accelerator
HLAHeat Loss Analysis, Inc. (Alaska)
HLAHjørring - Løkken - Aabybro (Private Railway Jylland, Denmark)
HLAHigher-Level Agent
HLAHigh-Loss Area
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We would like to discuss whether HLA antigens are significantly higher in adult Turkish patients with celiac disease, whether this is a specific disease of the Turkish society, and if it is specific to the disease, whether the diagnosis can be made in suspicious cases, or whether it can be used for community screening.
HLA genotyping was performed by using LABType SSO HLA-B Locus (One Lambda), according to manufacturer's instructions.
Ethnic and genetic heterogeneities have been reported leading to the complexity of its clinical presentation.[12] Many meta-analyses demonstrated that ethnicity could affect the association between HLA gene polymorphisms and SLE predisposition.
A*11, an HLA class I molecule, is encoded between the HLA-A and HLA-B loci on chromosome 6p21.3 and has long been known to exert specific biologic functions, being the natural ligand for the inhibitory KIR3DL2 receptor.
Association of HLA class I and class II alleles with psoriasis vulgaris in Turkish population.
It may seem obvious that fully sequencing the HLA genes rather than just looking for known variable regions would provide more information that could be used to match transplant donors and recipients.
Yang et al., "Human leukocyte antigen (HLA) typing by DNA sequencing," in Transplantation Immunology, A.
Larijani, "Impact of APOBEC mutations on CD8+ T cell recognition of HIV epitopes varies depending on the restricting HLA," Journal of Acquired Immune Deficiency Syndromes, vol.
It is an HLA class I antigen whose normal function is to present processed peptides to CD8 positive T lymphocytes19.
We selected polymerase chain reaction-sequence specific primers for HLA genotyping, which was performed using Polymerase Chain Reaction-Sequence Specific Oligonucleotides Microspheres Fluor analyzer (Luminex Corp., Austin, Texas, USA).
Abbreviations HLA - human leucocyte antigens MHC - major histocompatibility complex WHO - World Health Organization CDC - complement dependent cytotoxicity PCR - polymerase chain reaction TRALI - transfusion related acute lung injury vCJD - variant Creutzfeldt-Jakob disease History
Radiological manifestations in (200.)patients with ankylosing spondilitis: correlation with clinical feature and HLA B27.