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Table 2 Stimulation index (SI) of MLR-Bf significant IgG and its isotypes

From: Characterization of mixed lymphocyte reaction blocking antibodies (MLR-Bf) in human pregnancy

Different group of subjects Proportionate change in the SI of IgG and its isotypes in terms of interquartile range (IQR)
  IgG IgG1 IgG2 IgG3 IgG4
Ist trimester 25(14–27) 76(24–80) 68(42–82) 9(7–22) * 47(28–69)
IInd trimester 29(11–31) 82(44–84) 51(39–68) 7(6–34) * 79(65–92)
IIIrd trimester 35(17–38) 68(37–79) 69(57–82) 11(5–33) * 71(38–102)
Post delivery period 42(11–45) 57(39–61) 47(37–61) 41(23–57) 54(46–81)
Pre immunized RSA Women 38(28–56) 43(26–63) 64(29–71) 37(26–69) 66(33–87)
Post immunized RSA Women 21(19–28) 62(49–83) 72(39–77) 8(5–24) * 52(37–69)
Healthy male 52(46–71) 57(39–69) 48(34–56) 61(46–71) 41(39–58)
Unmarried females 83(39–86) 54(49–67) 65(43–73) 49(40–78) 61(43–99)
  1. Values given in the table are calculated as stimulation index (SI) against the base line measurement and shown as median and interquartile range (IQR), n = 10. * P < 0.001.