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antigen subst. das Antigen n
antigen binding site subst.   die Antigenbindungsstelle f
antigen deletion subst.   der Antigenverlust m
antigen excess subst. obs   der Antigenüberschuß m obs
antigen-antibody complex subst.   der Antigen-Antikörper-Komplex m
antigen-antibody reaction subst.   die Antigen-Antikörper-Reaktion f
antigen-binding capacity subst.   die Antigenbindungskapazität f
antigen-binding fragment subst.   das Fab-Fragment n
antigene subst. das Antigen n
antigenic adj. antigen
antigenic determinant   antigene Determinante  
antigenic determinant subst.   die Antigendeterminante f
antigenic determinant subst.   das Epitop n
antigenic drift subst.   die Antigendrift f
antigenic formula subst.   die Antigenformel f
antigenic shift subst.   die Antigenshift f
antigenic structure subst.   die Antigenstruktur f
antigenic variation subst.   die Antigenvariation f
antigenic variation subst.   der Antigenwechsel m
antigenicity subst. die Antigenität f
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Antigen - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia a.new,#quickbar a.new{color:#ba0000} /* cache key: enwiki:resourceloader:filter:minify-css:5:f2a9127573a22335c2a9102b208c73e7 */ Antigen From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia Jump to: , Each antibody binds to a specific antigen; an interaction similar to a lock and key. An antigen is a substance or molecule that, when introduced into the body, triggers the production of an and was a molecule that binds specifically to an antibody, but the term now also refers to any molecule or molecular fragment that can be bound by a "Self" antigens are usually tolerated by the immune system; whereas "Non-self" antigens are identified as intruders and attacked by the immune system. Autoimmune disorders arise from the immune system reacting to its own antigens. In similar manner, an immunogen is a specific type of antigen. An immunogen is defined as a substance that is able to provoke an adaptive immune response if injected on its own. Stated another way, an immunogen is able to induce an immune response, whereas an antigen is able to combine with the products of an immune response once they are made. The overlapping concepts of immunogenicity and antigenicity are, therefore, subtly different. According to a current textbook: Immunogenicity is the ability to induce a humoral and/or cell-mediated immune response Antigenicity is the ability to combine specifically with the final products of the At the molecular level, an antigen is characterized by its ability to be "bound" at the antigen-binding site of an antibody. Note also that antibodies tend to discriminate between the specific molecular structures presented on the surface of the antigen (as illustrated in the Figure). Antigens are usually mehr

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