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The set of epitopes (idiotopes) that characterize a particular immunoglobulin. Anti-idiotype antibodies combine with the specific sequences, often in the antigen-binding site, and may block immunological reactions. They may resemble the epitope to which the first antibody reacts. See network theory.

Subjects: Science and Mathematics — Medicine and Health.

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