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autoantigen

[¦ȯd·ō′ant·i·jən]
(immunology)
A tissue within the body which acquires the ability to incite the formation of complementary antibodies.
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5 exploration wells have been under drilling based on the annual exploration plan, and AAG expects to collect more geological data from these wells.
However, the bench allowing a week time asked the AAG to file reply on maintainability by December 17.
On this, Court directed the petitioner to give arguments on points by which the appointment of AAG is unconstitutional and adjourned the hearing.
Danish (KDS), in charge of AAG group, said they give good talents a chance in the AAG platform, "We try our best to overcome our mistakes.
But with the EPL's unilateral decision to do away with the AAG in March, Fayant says the EPL has returned to colonial practises, figuring it knows best how to reach the Aboriginal community.
The team was just 20 days away from hearing whether their triple funding bid had been successful when they heard AAG Swepco had been placed in administration.
AAG was formed in 2001 to provide electrical installation services to clients in the water industry, with the Swepco (Solar Wind Energy & Power Company) side of the business launched in 2004 to focus on the burgeoning micro-renewables market.
An AAG source said: "It's a very simple way around a very old problem for teenagers.
The index takes into account the number of operators, packages, and services available in each of the 19 countries covered by AAG in this report, with each category assigned a certain weight according to its importance as an indicator of competitive behavior.
The AAG will be retrofitted into existing Nimitz-class aircraft carriers and installed in follow-on types as they are built.
5 times as great as those elsewhere in the nation, Crossett noted at the AAG meeting.
75 million principal of senior debt issued by AFG's subsidiary, AAG Holding Company, Inc.