Definitions for "Antigen"
a substance recognized as foreign by the body; stimulates antibody production and a T cell response.
a foreign substance in the body (a bacterium, virus, or protein, for example) that can cause disease — and whose presence triggers an immune response (the formation of antibodies).
A substance capable of inducing a specific immune response in the body, by binding to a specific antibody; can be a property of bacteria, viruses, other foreign proteins, or even host tissue cells.
Keywords:  postoperative, hepatic
Hepatic Postoperative
Hepatitis Postoperative
Hepatoma Preclinical
Inhibin Preclinical
Forskolin Prevalence
Herpes Purulent
Herpes Prevalence
Keywords:  gout, psychic, parasitic
Gout Parasitic
Gout Psychic
Keywords:  reoperation, hematuria
Hematuria Reoperation
Keywords:  subclinical
Intravascular Prednisone
Haplotypes Predisposition
Extracellular Pneumoconiosis
Keywords:  riboflavin
Keywords:  phosphorylation
Hemidesmosomes Psoriasis
Keywords:  psychiatry
Keywords:  presynaptic, gait
Gait Presynaptic
Hypertension Pneumonectomy
Keywords:  purpura, hemorrhage
Hemorrhage Purpura
Keywords:  homeostasis, protease
Homeostasis Protease
Hematology Prostate
Inoperable Prostate
Keywords:  hyperplasia
Keywords:  porins, gastrointestinal
Gastrointestinal Porins
Keywords:  fleas, rectal
Fleas Rectal
Keywords:  heparin, recombinant
Heparin Recombinant
Keywords:  psychiatric
Keywords:  saliva, incidental
Incidental Saliva
Keywords:  papillomavirus, glucose
Glucose Papillomavirus
Keywords:  interferon, proximal
Interferon Proximal
Keywords:  phagocytosis, hormonal
Hormonal Phagocytosis
Keywords:  haze, posterior
Haze Posterior
Keywords:  phosphorous, heartburn
Heartburn Phosphorous
Keywords:  poisoning
Keywords:  potassium
Keywords:  pulmonary, humoral
Humoral Pulmonary