(1) Once antibodies have been produced for a particular antigen they tend to remain in the body.(2) The protein acts like an antigen , prompting the immune cells to attack.(3) When the synthetic peptide was used as the antigen , a monoclonal antibody was obtained.(4) Immunohistochemistry utilizes antibodies to visualize antigens in sections of tissue under the microscope.(5) But Jordi found ways, using antigens and antibodies, to figure it out.(6) As one would expect, we found that two different antibodies with different antigenic specificities had different amino acid sequences in the antigen-binding site.(7) Antibodies are gamma globulins produced by B lymphocytes when antigens enter the body.(8) Finally, the target antigens of the locally produced antibodies have not been fully identified.(9) This is a complicated process involving antigens and antibodies.(10) Previous transfusions may sensitize patients to foreign platelet antigens .(11) All the conjugated peptides were injected together in white rabbits as antigens for antibody production.(12) Alternate methods of diagnosing pneumococcal disease are based on the detection of bacterial antigens in body fluids.(13) As a result, the patient's immune system would produce antibodies to attack the foreign antigens .(14) These cases provide rare views of the processes by which antigenic or enzymatic properties of a protein are modified while still maintaining function.(15) The very low level of amino acid diversity in antigenic proteins may be cause for optimism in the difficult fight to control global tuberculosis.(16) A healthy body develops antibodies, which hopefully resist the antigens , by binding on them.
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