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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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Does rna molecule have two polynucleotide chains likewise dna?
what are gangliosides?where they are found?
What is the phenomenon of salting-in effect?
Some proteins profoundly alter the structure of DNA when they bind, bending it far out of its standard B configuration. Where do you think the energy comes from to distort the DNA?
What types of changes can be used to effect fractional precipitation of proteins?
what are the principles involved in thin layer chromatography?
Does ph affect the enzyme activity?
Which are the nucleotides “portions” that bind in the formation of nucleic acids?
What is the name for magnesium per chlorate and what is its formula?
What is inert pair effect?
Which element has maximum catenation ability?
what are the different types of calines?