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Answer / sonal
it is an incomplete antigen incapable of inducing immune
response by itself.it can do so only when conjugated by a
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Answer / megha
Heptans are the molecules that have Antigenicity but they
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Answer / neha
A molecule that is not immunogenic by itself but can
react with specific antibody.
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What role does proline play in tertiary structures?
What is the super phosphate of lime?
How streptomycin acts an inhibitor for protein synthesis?
What are the structural and stability consequences of electron delocalization in amides (peptide bonds)?
Alkaline metals when dissolved in ammonium (NH3) act as better conductor and better reducing agent what is the reason behind it?
Concerning the nitrogen-containing bases that participate in nucleotides what is the difference between dna and rna.
How many elements are there in 3d-series of first transition series?
What is acid number?
What are the structures of the products of this reaction, and how are they identified?
What was the primary antibody that was used?
What is inert pair effect?
Describe the classification of all amino acids .