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immunogenic

 [im″u-no-jen´ik]
producing immunity; evoking an immune response.

an·ti·gen·ic

(an-ti-jen'ik),
Having the properties of an antigen (allergen).
Synonym(s): allergenic, immunogenic

immunogenic

(ĭm′yə-nō-jĕn′ĭk, ĭ-myo͞o′-)
adj.
Capable of inducing an immune response; antigenic.

immunogenic

producing immunity; evoking an immune response.
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The concentration of HA with a dilution 1/64 showed that the agglutination reaction between the protein immunogenic VNN 45 kDa and erythrocytes of Humpback grouper showed levels of sensitivity to concentrations are 0,015625.
In both trials it was found to be immunogenic, safe and well tolerated.
Apart from this, it is also observed that many of these products exhibit immunogenic reactions, which result in a reduced therapeutic effect of these products.
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David Gladstone Institutes (San Francisco, CA) and Deutsches Krebsforschungszentrum (Heidelberg, Germany) have patented compositions, including immunogenic compositions, comprising acetylated Tat protein of an immunodeficiency virus.
Moreover, since the inhibitory effects of NS1 attenuate aspects of both innate and adaptive immunity, NS1 mutant viruses appear to be intrinsically more immunogenic (38).
Hence, the immunogenic of the agent as a whole is maintained and can be safely used for vaccination without the threat of infection.
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The basis of this method is to determine simultaneously the overall immunogenic potential of proteins [measured as a function of immunoglobulin (Ig) G antibody responses] and to compare this with their ability to provoke IgE antibody production, IgE being the antibody that effects allergic sensitization.