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[[Immunology]] ====See Also==== * [[Blood group antigen proteins (chart)]] * [[Antigen]] * [[ABO Antibodies]] . . . which have recently been elucidated by hapten-inhibition studies. There are two types of backbone . . . depicted in Figure 1 has only one strong haptenic activity, it is likely that the multiple specificities . . .
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[[Immunology]] ====See Also==== * [[Epitope]] * [[Antigen]] ====Description==== A compound, usually of . . . and induces antibody, which can bind the hapten alone in the absence of carrier. ====Discussion==== . . . A hapten is a small molecule which can elicit an immune . . . Once the body has generated antibodies to a hapten-carrier adduct, the small-molecule hapten may . . . initiate an immune response; usually only the hapten carrier adduct can do this. Sometimes the small-molecule . . .
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On the mechanism of specific precipitation
[[References]] ====ON THE MECHANISM OF SPECIFIC PRECIPITATION==== [[William Boyd|William C. Boyd Ph.D.]] . . . by the appropriate antisera of 34 different haptens, containing from one to six reactive groups, . . . of polar groups of antibody and antigen (or hapten) and mechanical blocking off of polar groups . . . to be the number of polar groups of the antigen (hapten) left free, and the distance separating the . . .
2K - last updated 2006-05-03 12:18 UTC by PeterDAdamo
[[Biochemistry]] ====See Also==== * [[Hapten]] * [[Endotoxin]] ====Description==== A toxin (Gk. toxikon . . .
3K - last updated 2006-06-05 07:38 UTC by TomGreenfield
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