- The PlexABMR test measures the risk of rejection in which B-cells play a major role by producing antibodies against the transplanted organ.
- Antibody-mediated rejection (ABMR) is a less common form of rejection compared with cellular rejection, however, it has been linked to accelerated graft loss.
- Antibody-mediated rejection can accompany cellular rejection and requires different drugs than cellular rejection. It is not easily distinguished from acute cellular rejection.
- ABMR often accompanies acute cellular rejection and other types of injury on a biopsy.
- Information about the risk of ABMR can facilitate early preventive measures, drug selection, treatment, and improve graft health as well as longevity.
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- For details on the clinical trials conducted, please check this link.
The PlexABMR test measures the risk of Antibody-mediated rejection in which B-cells play a major role by producing antibodies against the transplanted organ.