Role of N-linked oligosaccharide chains in the processing and antigenicity
of measles virus haemagglutinin protein.
Among metastases, lack of S100 antigenicity
was observed for cutaneous, soft tissue, lymph node, and visceral lesions.
It contains a small number of cellular elements, and the immaturity of the immune structures which explains weak antigenicity
of transplant (Onopriyenko, Berezhnoy, and Lavrishcheva, 1993).
Fragments of variable lengths between 30 and 50 residues were synthesized by using F-moc solid phase chemistry and used to determine their antigenicity
by comparing their reactivity with serum from individuals naturally exposed to malaria in hyper-endemic areas of Papua New Guinea (PNG) (District of Maprik) and from areas of medium and low transmission in Colombia (Tumaco and Tierralta).
A comparison of amino acid sequences of influenza H1 viruses isolated from different hosts in different years demonstrated that H1N1 viruses isolated from pigs in 1930 (early classical swine influenza viruses) show antigenicity
similar to that of the 1918 pandemic virus with different amino acids only at S159N in the Sa site, G188S in the Sb site, D225G and S140P in the Ca2 site and A77V in the Cb site, suggesting that they share a common ancestor.
At present, we have no information about the antigenicity
and/or protectivity of this protein, that is a subject of more investigations to be carried out in future.
For this reason, synthetic substitutes, including various biodegradable and biocompatible polymers, that exhibit good mechanical flexibility, low antigenicity
, low degree of chronic persistence, and controllable degradation time have been introduced as biomedical scaffolds, especially for hard tissue regeneration (2), (3).
Inactivation of the bacteria may be achieved by treatment with formalin (9), which has resulted in killing of the bacteria without significant loss in antigenicity
of different CFs and O-antigens.
Subjects covered include the NS1 protein of influenza A virus; structural insights in to the function of influenza NS1; antigenicity
, receptor binding, and membrane fusion of influenza type B haemagglutinin; influenza A virus nucleoprotein; influenza A virus haemagglutinin glycoproteins; structure and mechanism of the M2 channel; virulence genes of the 1918 pandemic influenza virus; polymerase structure and function; MChip, a single-gene diagnostic microarray for influenza A; and computer-assisted vaccine design.
Viral mutations responsible for the different disease presentations have not yet been identified, and additionally these viruses differ in antigenicity
, or how they appear to the immune system of the cat.
solium proteins diagnostic for neurocysticercosis will improve their antigenicity
and thereby their detecti on of cysticercal antibodies in neurocysticercosis patients.
Comment: The antigenicity
of a food protein is determined in some cases by its conformational structure, which can be altered by heating the food to a high temperature.