autoantigen

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au·to·an·ti·gen

 (ô′tō-ăn′tĭ-jən)
n.
An endogenous antigen that stimulates autoantibody production, as in an autoimmune reaction.
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According to AAG Regional Director for Asia-Pacific Christopher Magdangal, the facility is their contribution to initiatives to make the country a premiere aviation hub.
The AAG and AIG pointed out that after receiving information that the absconding suspect had stayed with some people, the police had registered five FIRs against several of his alleged facilitators.
Later, the AAG assured the court that the AG will appear in the court at 4:30pm and pleaded to quash the fine.
Later in the day, when the AAG informed the court that the AG would be unable to appear in court today.
As the nation's provider of reverse mortgage lending, AAG finished 2017 with record revenues and loan originations.
AAG has achieved 5 million man-hours (3 years and 111 days) without Lost Time Injury on 25th December, 2017
During the proceedings, the chief justice asked the AAG whether the president has the power to reject the names forwarded by the prime minister.
He added, Our investment in capacity on PLCN and HKA will also provide our customers with greater resiliency due to bypassing areas prone to natural disasters and offering two direct, alternative paths to the AAG cable which connects South East Asia to the US west coast via Hong Kong, Guam and Hawaii.
Ford made history with the successful landing and launching of aircraft from VX-23 using the AAG and EMALS," said Adm.
AAG owns and operates Sikorsky S-76 helicopters in the Northeast.
Prior to joining AAG, Brian served as the Enterprise Rule Steward at Freddie Mac where he set the business and technology strategy for business rule development across the corporation.
An examination of 1,783 defined contribution plans and 315,441 participants in AAG plans found that managed account users had a nearly two percentage point advantage over the five-year period from April 1, 2010 to March 31, 2015: 9.