Immunodeficiency

The immune system is comprised of a variety of different cell types and proteins. Each of these performs a specialised function,  aimed at recognising or reacting to foreign material such as bacteria, viruses, pollen and transplanted organs.

Immunodeficiency
Immunoglobulins

The measurement of immunoglobulin and immunoglobulin subclasses are key tools for the diagnosis of immune system disorders

IgG Subclasses
IgG Subclasses

IgG class of antibodies is composed of four different subtypes of IgG molecules: IgG1, IgG2, IgG3 and IgG4

IgA Subclasses
IgA Subclasses

Deficiencies in IgA subclasses or alterations in the IgA1/IgA2 ratio have been related to specific diseases, recurrent infections and anaphylactic transfusion reactions

Complement
Complement

Complement system is involved in initiating an inflammatory response and destroying certain bacteria and viruses

Vaccine Response
Vaccine Response

A key tool in understanding the ability of a patient to mount functional humoral immune response

Plasma Screening
Plasma Screening

Specialist assays for the production of therapeutic immunoglobulin products