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antigens

Substances that on entering the body trigger the production of antibodies.
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com/research/g4msr8/cancer_cd) has announced the addition of the "Cancer CD Antigens Inhibitors Therapy Market & Pipeline Insight 2015" report to their offering.
The present invention also provides a method of immunizing a mammal against an antigen using the vaccine, and a method of inducing antigen-presenting mammalian cells to present specific antigens via the MHC class I processing pathway.
In the case of the 2 that occurred within the era of modern virology (1957 and 1968), the hemagglutinin (HA) antigen of the causative viruses showed major changes from the corresponding antigens of immediately antecedent strains.
capsulatum by immunodiffusion and CF against mycelial and yeast-form antigens (Reiss et al.
The company focuses on developing proprietary technology in immune enhancers, carriers and antigens - new therapeutic agents aimed at enabling physicians to modulate the body's immune system by providing protection and treatment against an array of diseases.
In fact, Raposo's team found that exosomes carry these MHC-antigen complexes, which typically stimulate immune action against microbes bearing the antigens.
In addition, each antigen fragment is fused to the ubiquitin protein to increase antigen expression and target these antigens to the proteasome to enhance cytotoxic T lymphocyte (CTL) responses.
To make sure that foreign antigens are identified, some B cells serve as antigen-presenting cells (or APCs), scooping up these fragments all over the body, and sailing around offering them on stick-like projections to the cells they pass.
This is a preliminary report on the use of a relatively new technique--enzyme-potentiated desensitization (EPD)--that utilizes a mixture of extremely dilute antigens mixed with the enzyme beta-glucuronidase.
Medawar of Britain, shared the Nobel Prize in 1960 for research showing that the immune system of newborns was too immature to reject foreign antigens.
As a result of the increasing switch from live-attenuated and killed whole-cell vaccines to subunit antigens, there is a need for novel antigen delivery technologies to improve vaccine efficacy and safety.
Immunohistochemical assays for orthopoxviruses demonstrated abundant viral antigens in surface epithelial cells of lesions in conjunctivae and tongue, with lower amounts in adjacent macrophages, fibroblasts, and connective tissues.