Translation of antigen in Spanish:


antígeno, n.

Pronunciation /ˈæn(t)ədʒən/ /ˈantɪdʒ(ə)n/


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    antígeno masculine
    • All the conjugated peptides were injected together in white rabbits as antigens for antibody production.
    • Antibodies are gamma globulins produced by B lymphocytes when antigens enter the body.
    • As a result, the patient's immune system would produce antibodies to attack the foreign antigens.
    • When the synthetic peptide was used as the antigen, a monoclonal antibody was obtained.
    • But Jordi found ways, using antigens and antibodies, to figure it out.
    • However, the specificity of antibodies for antigens has a bearing on one of the issues in this case, and it is for that reason that I mention it.
    • Immunohistochemistry utilizes antibodies to visualize antigens in sections of tissue under the microscope.
    • Antibodies against these five antigens were tested in the sera of all workers and controls.
    • This is a complicated process involving antigens and antibodies.
    • The immune system of a human can differentiate more than one million different foreign proteins, or antigens.
    • Alternate methods of diagnosing pneumococcal disease are based on the detection of bacterial antigens in body fluids.
    • Once antibodies have been produced for a particular antigen they tend to remain in the body.
    • These cells have the potential to present tumour-specific antigens and thereby induce an immune response.
    • As described above, it allows antigenic variation in its antigens to evade the host immune system.
    • The protein acts like an antigen, prompting the immune cells to attack.
    • Finally, the target antigens of the locally produced antibodies have not been fully identified.
    • Early risk may suggest a mechanism involving an aberrant immune response to cereal antigens in an immature gut.
    • Previous transfusions may sensitize patients to foreign platelet antigens.
    • A healthy body develops antibodies, which hopefully resist the antigens, by binding on them.
    • We varied the surface density of antigens such that we could study the detachment of either single or multiple bonds.