hDAFHuman Decay-Accelerating Factor (transplant medicine)
hDAFHome Domain Allocation Function
hDAFGIII-Human Decay-Accelerating Factor
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The exact role of hCD47 on the development of proteinuria in vitro as well as in vivo using transgenic hCD47-GalT-KO pigs [43] is currently being investigated in our laboratories with preliminary results demonstrating that SIRP-a expression is markedly decreased following xenotransplantation of GalT-KO kidneys in baboon that develop proteinuria and that the addition and high expression of hCD47, as well as the addition of hDAF transgenes to GalT-KO pig donors, nearly eliminated proteinuria following thymokidney transplantation in baboons (Yamada et al., manuscript in preparation).
For the SNR-based HDAF and for each frame, the measured SNR value at R, [[TAU].sub.SR] is compared to a predetermined threshold, [[eta].sub.SNR].
In [16,17,18,20,21,22,23], the OP performance of AF,DF, IAF, HDAF and IHDAF relaying is investigated.
En cuanto a la dosis de eritropoyetina (figura 1) observamos que mas del 57% de los pacientes que han pasado de HDAF a HDFPO, han visto reducidas sus necesidades de eritropoyetina en un 39% (tabla 1).
The family of Hermite Distributed Approximating Functional (HDAF) filters in one dimension is given by operators {[D.sub.n,[sigma]]} indexed by order and length-scale parameters n [member of] [N.sub.0] and [sigma] > 0.
For relay forwarding systems, two power allocation methods, by the Lagrange multiplier method and the differential algorithm, respectively, were also proposed for the lower bound of symbol error rate (SER) in the HDAF relay cooperative networks [10].
Abicht et al., "hDAF porcine cardiac xenograft maintains cardiac output after orthotopic transplantation into baboon--a perioperative study," Xenotransplantation, vol.
Transgenic pigs were also developed to overexpress human complement regulatory proteins such as hDAF (CD55) (Lavitrano et al., 2002), membrane cofactor protein (MCP, CD46) (Diamond et al., 2001; Zhou et al., 2002), or protectin (CD59) (Fodor et al., 1994).
Transgenic pigs for human complement-regulatory proteins (CRPs) such as human decay-accelerating factor (hDAF), CD46 and CD59 have been characterized (Byrne et al., 1997; Cozzi et al., 1997; Diamond et al., 2001; Lee et al., 2010).
It was highly efficient for the generation of human decay accelerating factor (hDAF) transgenic pig lines (Lavitrano et al., 1989; Lazzereschi et al., 2000; Lavitrano et al., 2002).