haptenization

haptenization (hap·te·nī·zāˑ·shn),

n the combination of an antigenic compound with a carrier protein molecule, intended to achieve a high enough molecular weight to stimulate an immune response.
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Briefly, sensitization involves skin penetration of the sensitizing agent with a subsequent haptenization of endogenous proteins.
This process is named haptenization and the sensitizing chemistry is termed hapten.
Her particular hepatic metabolism further increased the drugs' concentration, favoring the haptenization of liver proteins, eventually leading to the development of an autoimmune hepatitis.
However, haptenization reaction does not occur directly for most drugs.
The AC Vaccine is an immunotherapy prepared by attaching a small chemical to the patient's tumor cells in a process known as haptenization.
M-Vax, and other AC Vaccines, are prepared by attaching a small molecular weight chemical to the patient's tumor cells by a process known as haptenization.
The AC Vaccines are prepared by attaching a small molecular weight chemical to the patient's tumor cells in a process known as haptenization.
The AC Vaccines are prepared by attaching a small chemical to the patient's tumor cells in a process known as haptenization.
The AC Vaccine is a therapeutic treatment prepared by attaching a small chemical to the patient's tumor cells in a process known as haptenization.
The AC Vaccines therapeutic is prepared by attaching a small chemical to the patient's tumor cells in a process known as haptenization.
The AC Vaccines are prepared by attaching a small chemical to the patients tumor cells in a process known as haptenization.