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Term:type IIb hypersensitivity
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Accession:GO:0001795 term browser browse the term
Definition:An inflammatory response resulting in cell death or dysfunction mediated by the direct binding of antibody to cellular receptors.
Comment:Note that some type IIa hypersensitivity response (GO:0001794) are referred to simply as type II hypersensitivity in the earlier literature, but are mechanistically distinct from type IIb hypersensitivity.
Synonyms:exact_synonym: type V hypersensitivity


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  biological_process 19578
    immune system process 2693
      immune effector process 861
        leukocyte mediated immunity 502
          myeloid leukocyte mediated immunity 117
            type II hypersensitivity 6
              type IIb hypersensitivity 0
                negative regulation of type IIb hypersensitivity 0
                positive regulation of type IIb hypersensitivity 0
                regulation of type IIb hypersensitivity + 0
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  biological_process 19578
    response to stimulus 10490
      response to stress 3960
        defense response 1593
          inflammatory response 715
            inflammatory response to antigenic stimulus 85
              acute inflammatory response to antigenic stimulus 36
                hypersensitivity 17
                  type II hypersensitivity 6
                    type IIb hypersensitivity 0
                      negative regulation of type IIb hypersensitivity 0
                      positive regulation of type IIb hypersensitivity 0
                      regulation of type IIb hypersensitivity + 0
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