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could you also help to understand:
1) could anti-heparin-PF4 complex be also called anti-PLT antibody?
2) PLT reduction is due to both PLT thrombosis consumption and elimination in the spleen, then why hypersplenism is not correct?
hypersplenism means bigger spleen eating everything. thats not the case here. here spleen is normal. autoimmune cause
then some anti-X cannot relocate to Y even Y is added at whatever high dose. at this condition, the line can never touch the axis-Y.
on the contrary, if Y express all epitopes on the X, but X does not express all epitopes on the Y, that means some Y epitopes are not seen on X. at this condition, I don't know what will be the line looked like.