antigen-antibody complex

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antigen‐antibody complex

antigen–antibody complex

Levels of specific antigen (gp43), specific antibodies, and antigen-antibody complexes in saliva and serum of paracoccidioidomycosis patients

Serodiagnostic Contributions of Antibody Titers against Mycobacterial Lipid Antigens in Mycobacterium avium Complex Pulmonary Disease

Rheumatoid arthritis: the predictable effect of small immune complexes in which antibody is also antigen.

Immune Complexes from Serum of Patients with Lyme Disease Contain Borrelia burgdorferi Antigen and Antigen-Specific Antibodies: Potential Use for Improved Testing

Antisperm antibodies detection by flow cytometry is affected by aggregation of antigen–antibody complexes on the surface of spermatozoa*

A phase I study evaluating DLYE5953A, an antibody-drug conjugate targeting the tumor-associated antigen lymphocyte antigen 6 complex locus E (Ly6E), in patients (Pts) with solid tumors

Prediction of site-specific interactions in antibody-antigen complexes: the proABC method and server

Structure of the Mα2-3 toxin α antibody–antigen complex: combination of modelling with functional mapping experimental results

Improvement of long‐lasting response and antibody affinity by the complexation of antigen with complement C3b

Perspective: my 37 year journey through Chlamydia  research: Chlamydia  antigen analysis using monoclonal antibodies and major histocompatibility complex molecules

Recombinant antibodies for delivery of antigen: a single loop between β-strands in the constant region can accommodate long, complex and tandem T cell epitopes


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The product of the interaction between antigen and immunoglobulin. A polyvalent antigen can bind to more than one antibody and the immune complex tends to be large and insoluble and may accumulate in the kidney (see glomerulonephritis). Immune complexes will activate the classical complement pathway. See Arthus reaction; hypersensitivity (type III).

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