Antibodies as Predictors of Complex Autoimmune Diseases and Cancer

Antibodies as Predictors of Complex Autoimmune Diseases and Cancer

The pathologic role of autoantibodies in many autoimmune diseases is widely accepted. An enzyme immunoassay was used for measurement of antibodies against disease-specific antigens and etiologic agents for cross-reactive antigens associated with them. This antibody...
Antibodies as Predictors of Complex Autoimmune Diseases

Antibodies as Predictors of Complex Autoimmune Diseases

Emerging evidence has suggested environmental factors such as infections and xenobiotics and some dietary proteins and peptides in the pathogenesis of many autoimmune diseases. Considering the fact that autoantibodies can often be detected prior to the onset of a...
The Prevalence of Antibodies against Wheat and Milk Proteins in Blood Donors and Their Contribution to Neuroimmune Reactivities

Antibodies as predictors of autoimmune diseases and cancer

Background: Autoantibodies targeted against a variety of self-antigens are detected in autoimmune diseases and cancer. Emerging evidence has suggested the involvement of environmental factors such as infections and xenobiotics, and some dietary proteins and their...

Reaction of Food‐Specific Antibodies with Different Tissue Antigens

Wheat, milk, peanuts, soy, egg and corn are among the most major sources of immunoreactive proteins. The first goal of this study was to examine the reactivity of food specific antibodies with human tissue antigens. Affinity‐purified rabbit anti‐food antibodies were...