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  • determinants
  • The results suggest that (i) no antigenic relationship exists between terminal transferase and DNA polymerase, (ii) common antigenic determinants exist in the DNA polymerases from all mammalian sources, and (iii) multiple forms of DNA polymerase found in mammalian, cells are related by having polypeptide sequences or subunits in common. (sciencemag.org)
  • refers
  • Original antigenic sin, also known as the Hoskins effect, refers to the propensity of the body's immune system to preferentially utilize immunological memory based on a previous infection when a second slightly different version of that foreign entity (e.g. a virus or bacterium) is encountered. (wikipedia.org)
  • change
  • Global control of hepatitis B virus: does treatment-induced antigenic change affect immunization? (who.int)
  • however
  • However, the impact of antigenic sin on protection has not been well established, and appears to differ with each infectious agent vaccine, geographic location, and age. (wikipedia.org)
  • cells
  • Since the antigenic protein could only be detected in infected cells, they asserted that the protein was produced by the malarial parasite, and not by RBCs. (wikipedia.org)