(PRA)PANEL REACTIVE ANTIBODY
What is a (PRA)PANEL REACTIVE ANTIBODY?
A panel-reactive antibody is a set of antibodies in a test serum that are reactive to multiple known specific antigens in a panel of test cells or isolated HLA antigens from cells. It is an immunologic test regularly conducted by clinical laboratories on the blood of persons awaiting organ donation.
Why is PRA testing done?
Before solid organ transplantation, the assessment of PRA is utilised to identify patients who are sensitised. It also acts as the basis for cadaver organ allocation. Estimation of reactive antibodies in the pre-transplantation panel.
What is a PRA level?
An antibody that Reacts to a Panel. A patient's level of HLA antigen sensitization is measured by the per cent PRA value. A potential recipient's serum reacts to a certain percentage of cells from a panel of blood donors.
A panel-reactive antibody test usually involves drawing blood from a vein in the patient's arm.
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