XLA


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XLAXbox Live Arcade (gaming)
XLAExcel Add-in
XLAXlib Archive
XLAX-Linked Agammaglobulinemia
XLAExcel Airways (British airline)
XLAMicrosoft Excel Addin
XLAX-Band Limiter Attenuator
XLAX-Stem Logic Alphabet
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Following the immunology workup, the patients Bruton tyrosine kinase (Btk) gene was sequenced to evaluate XLA. The identified gene was c.
XLA, transient hypogammaglobulinemia, hyperimmunoglobulin M syndromes, and CID disorders should be considered in the differential diagnosis.
Five (12%) patients tested positive for nonpolio enteroviruses; 1 patient with IgG subclass deficiency excreted enterovirus 75 (EV-75) and 1 patient with XLA excreted EV-76 in only 1 specimen each.
X-linked agammaglobulinemia (XLA) / hypogammaglobulinemia, also known as Bruton's agammaglobulinemia is a prototype of humoral immunodeficiency first described by Bruton in 1952.1 It is an uncommon congenital disease and is the major primary immunodeficiency recognised in childhood.
(6) that examined a total of 25 patients with XLA using audiometry, seven patients (28%) were found to have SNHL.
IVIG replacement has been shown to reduce the incidence of pulmonary infections and progression of lung injury in other hypogammaglobinemic states such as XLA and CVID [22-24].
XLA Video employs more than 230 staff, with teams installed in Belgium, the UK, Germany, France, North America and China.
Ogden Bruton's observation of agammaglobulinemia in a male child suffering from recurrent otitis media, lacking tonsillar tissue, led to the ground-breaking diagnosis of XLA in 1952.
Ideal for bleach and other household products as well as vinegar and other foods, the servo-driven Marathon XLA + 0 offers high speed wrap-around labeling with high operating efficiencies, fast changeovers and a low total cost of ownership.
The rates of the diagnoses of variable immune deficiency and Bruton agammaglubulinemia (XLA) were found to be significantly higher in the subjects who had lower respiratory tract infection, who were hospitalized because of infection and who had a history of severe infection compared to the subjects who did not have these properties (p<0.05 and p<0.01, respectively).