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Microbial antigenic variation mediated by homologous DNA recombination

Immunogenic protein variations of Clostridium chauvoei cellular antigens associated with the culture growth phase

O-antigen structural variation: mechanisms and possible roles in animal/plant–microbe interactions

Adaptive surface antigen variation in Mycoplasma bovis to the host immune response

Distinct roles for two RAD51-related genes in Trypanosoma brucei antigenic variation

Mycobacterium tuberculosis/HIV-1 Coinfection and Disease: Role of Human Leukocyte Antigen Variation

Effects of Sex, Parity, and Sequence Variation on Seroreactivity to Candidate Pregnancy Malaria Vaccine Antigens

Plasmodium falciparum Antigenic Variation: Relationships between In Vivo Selection, Acquired Antibody Response, and Disease Severity

varDB: a pathogen-specific sequence database of protein families involved in antigenic variation

Antigenicity and recombination of VlsE, the antigenic variation protein of Borrelia burgdorferi, in rabbits, a host putatively resistant to long-term infection with this spirochete

O-antigen structure of Shigella flexneri serotype Yv and effect of the lpt-O gene variation on phosphoethanolamine modification of S. flexneri O-antigens

The rate of antigenic variation in fly-transmitted and syringe-passaged infections of Trypanosoma brucei

BGMUT: NCBI dbRBC database of allelic variations of genes encoding antigens of blood group systems

 

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The ability of certain pathogenic microorganisms, particularly viruses, to alter the antigens on their outer surface. This prevents the pathogen from being easily recognized and destroyed by the immune system of the host. See also phase variation.

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