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ABO antibodies

A class of chemicals, called the immunoglobulins, made by the cells of the immune system to specifically tag or identify foreign material within the body of the host. Antibodies combine with specific markers—antigens—found on viruses, bacteria, or other toxins, and agglutinate them. The immune system is capable of manufacturing millions of different antibodies against a wide variety of potential invaders. Individuals of Type O, Type A, or Type B blood carry anti-bodies to other blood types. Type AB, the universal recipient, manufactures no antibodies to other types.

ABO blood group system AIDS AI
ATP Acetylation Acid food
Acidic Acute Adjunct
Adrenal glands Agglutinate Alkaline
Allele Alzheimer's disease Amino acids
Anaerobic Analog Anemia
Anencephaly Angina pectoris Angiography (coronary)
Ankylosing spondylitis Antagonist Anti-streptolysin O
Antibodies Anticoagulant Anticonvulsant
Antigen Antihistamine Antioxidant
Antiresorptive agents Asthma Astrocytoma
Ataxia Atherosclerosis Atrophic gastritis
Atrophy Autoimmune disease Autosomal dominant
Autosomal recessive Bacteria Balance study
Barrett's esophagus Basal Metabolic Rate (BMR) Bi-polar disorder
Bile acids Bile Biliary cirrhosis
Bioavailable Biomarker Biotechnology
Blinded study Bone mineral density (BMD) Buffer
CREST syndrome Caffeine Calcification
Calories Cancer Carbohydrate
Carcinogenic embryonic antigen (CEA) Carcinogenic Carcinoid syndrome
Cardiomyopathy Cardiovascular diseases Cardiovascular
Carnitine Cartilage Case control study
Case reports Catalyze Cataract
Catecholamines Celiac disease Cell membrane
Cell signaling Cerebrospinal fluid Cerebrovascular disease
Cholecystitis Cholestatic liver disease Cholesterol
Cholinergic Chromosome Chronic disease
Cirrhosis Clone Coagulation
Cognitive Cold agglutinins Collagenous matrix (of bone)
Colon Colorectal adenoma Complement
Congestive heart failure (CHF) Controlled experiment Cornea
Coronary artery bypass graft (CABG) Coronary artery Coronary heart disease (CHD)
Corticosteroid Cortisol Creatine phosphate
Crohn's disease Cross-sectional study Cystic fibrosis (CF)
Cystitis Cytochrome P-450 Cytokine
De novo synthesis Decarboxylation Dementia
Dental caries Depletion-repletion study Dermatitis
Diabetes (diabetes mellitus) Diabetic ketoacidosis Diastolic blood pressure
Differentiation Diffusion Dimer
Diuretic Double blind Duodenal ulcer
Dysbiosis E. coli: O157:H7 EAR
Echocardiography Electroencephalogram (EEG) Electrolytes
Electron transport chain Electron Element
Enamel Endocrine system Enzyme
Epidemiologic study Esophagus Etiology
Excretion Factor VIII Familial adenomatous polyposis
Fats Fatty acid Fortification
Fracture Free radical Fructose
GRAS (Generally Recognized as Safe) GTP Gall bladder
Gallstones Gastroesophageal reflux disease (GERD) Gastrointestinal
Gene Genome Gluconeogenesis
Glucose Glycogen Grains
HDL HIV Hartnup's disease
Heme Hemodialysis Hemoglobin
Hemolysis Hemolytic anemia Hemorrhage
Hepatitis Hereditary spherocytosis Heterodimer
Heterozygous Homocysteine Homodimer
Homologous Homozygous Hormone
Hydrogenation Hydroxyapatite Hydroxylation
Hyperparathyroidism Hyperthyroidism Hypoparathyroidism
Hypothyroidism In vitro In vivo
Indican Indo-European Insoluble Fiber
Insoluble Insulin Ion channel
Ion Isohemagglutinins Isomers
Jaundice Ketone bodies Kidney stones
LDL Lactose intolerance Lectin
Legumes Lens Leukemia
Lipids Lipoic acid Lipoproteins
Listeria Lp(a) lipoprotein Lumbar spine
Lupus Lymphocyte Macrocytic anemia
Macula Magnetic Resonance Imaging (MRI) Malabsorption syndrome
Malaria Malignant Melanin
Meta-analysis Metabolite Methionine
Methylation Migraine headache Minerals
Mitochondria Mucus Multiple sclerosis (MS)
Mutation Myelin Myocardial infarction (MI)
Myocarditis Myoglobin NIH
Naturopathic doctor (ND) Neolithic Neural Tube Defect (NTD)
Neurologic Neuropathy Neurotransmitter
Neutrophils Non-secretor Nucleic acids
Nucleotides Nucleus Observational study
One-carbon unit Onithene decarboxylase (ODC) Optimum health
Organic Osteoblasts Osteoclasts
Osteomalacia Osteoporosis Oxidative stress
PET scan Pancreas Panhemagglutinin
Parathyroid glands Parkinson's disease Pathogen
Peptic ulcer disease Peptide hormones Peripheral vascular diseases
Pernicious anemia Pharmacologic dose Phenylketonuria (PKU)
Phospholipids Phosphorylation Physiologic dose
Phytochemical Placebo Placental abruption
Placenta Plasma Platelet
Pneumonia Polyamines Polymorphism
Polyp Precursor Preeclampsia
Prevalence Prion Prognosis
Proliferation Prooxidant Prospective study
Prostaglandin Prostate Psoriasis
Pyruvate kinase deficiency Quartile Quintile
RDA RNA Randomized design
Reactive nitrogen species (RNS) Reactive oxygen species (ROS) Receptor
Rectum Redox reaction Reduction
Resorption Retina Rheumatoid arthritis
Riboucelotide Rickets Salmonella
Scavenge (free radicals) Scurvy Secretor
Seizure Serotonin Serum
Short bowel syndrome Sickle cell anemia Sideroblastic anemia
Small intestine Sorbitol Spina bifida
Sprue Status Steroid hormone receptor
Steroid Stress fracture Stroke
Substrate Supplement Systolic blood pressure
Tetany Thalassemia major Threshold
Trans fats Transcription Transient ischemic attack (TIA)
Translation Tremor Triglycerides
Tuberculosis Typhoid UL
Ulcerative colitis Ultrasonography Vascular dementia
Vasoconstriction Vasodilation Vegetarian
Vertebral Vesicle Virulent
Virus Vitamin Water
Zoellinger Ellison syndrome mm Hg pH

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