The animals were monitored to identify any signs of antigenicity
Lakshman PLN, Tachibana S, Toyama H, Taira T, Suganuma T, Suntornsuk W, Yasuda M (2011) Application of an acid proteinase from Monascus purpureus to reduce antigenicity
of bovine milk whey protein.
2 VP1 gene was relatively static in the past 40 years and suggested that, other than antigenicity
, genetic changes in nonstructural proteins might play a role in the emergence of this recombinant GII.
Recently, many artificial conduits with lower antigenicity
and foreign body reactions are commercially available for clinical use.
This virus was classified according to its combination of two kinds of serotype, namely G (glycoprotein) serotype determined by VP7 antigenicity
and P (protease-sensitive protein) serotype associated with VP4 antigenicity
(Dhama et al.
Immunotherapy, as a form of cancer treatment had been knocking the door since 1957, when antigenicity
of tumors and immune surveillance in tumorigenesis was first recognized.
ESTIMATION OF MOLECULAR WEIGHT, TOTAL YIELD AND ANTIGENICITY
OF RECOMBINANT PROTEIN
Influenza A is further subdivided into 16 hemagglutinin (HI to H16) and nine neuraminidase (N1 to N9) subtypes on the basis of the antigenicity
of the surface proteins hemagglutinin and neuraminidase (2,3).
They are applied as unpreserved, autologous products and thus lack antigenicity
(Geerling et al.
However, higher-grade poorly differentiated adenocarcinoma may lack both pathological features and diagnostic antigenicity
, including for PSA .
The memory alloy mesh is totally sealed within living tissue with its extra-strong elasticity without antigenicity
but having very good compatibility to human tissue.
If cured, "HIV does not retain antigenicity
which presents a problem for vaccine development.