ISCOM


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ISCOM

(is'kom),
Acronym for immune stimulating complexes that can act as delivery vehicle for vaccine antigens.
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The immunostimulating complex (ISCOM) in the core of the ARDs was made of adjuvant Quil A and Type VIII lipase from a Pseudomonas sp.
ISCOM antigens in the core of the ARD can stimulate humoral response and production of Igs, of which [IgG.sub.1] is the main antibody involved in the immune response (Caffin et al., 1983).
Application of iscom antigen preparations in ELISAs for diagnosis of Neospora and Toxoplasma infections.
The announcement states that for the past 17 years ISCOMS, one of the best of its kind, is a conference attended by more than 1000 students from more than 70 countries and it is guided by a committee of distinguished professors and researchers.
Project scientists have purified saponins from two different native Kazakhstan plants and incorporated them into ISCOMs for Newcastle disease.
Killed Francisella tularensis (LVS) Define antibody Whole proteome adjuvanted with profiles of vaccinated microarray custom- ISCOMS admixed with mice.