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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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Every year, AAG trains hundreds of new pilots for airline partners.
AAG is designed to provide improved reliability and safety margins as well, and it allows for the arrestment of a greater range of aircraft.
Empower and AAG argued that 401(k)s represent a "passing of the torch" as employees shouldered a greater responsibility for their retirement savings, but that torch "was not a magic wand.
With Ciena's plug-and-play programmable network elements and 100G coherent technology, the AAG consortium is able to cost-effectively extend the lifetime lifespan of its network by increasing the ultimate cable capacity by as much as three times the original design capacity in some segments.
Washington has been chosen by the Association of American Geographers (A AG) to receive the 2014 AAG Honorary Geographer Award.
Sheffield based IT specialist, AAG Systems, has established a new Operational Support Department to support customers and sit between its engineering and sales teams.
Given the high degree of integration between the two banks, Fitch does not consider it appropriate to analyse AAG on a stand-alone basis.
Jawad Siddiqui, leader of AAG group, told Arab News the main aim of the event is to entertain the public in Jeddah and to give a tribute to a Saudi journalist.
However, a pipe ceremony held in 2008 that unveiled the group and began the formal relationship between Aboriginal people and the EPL meant the commitment was deeper and stronger, says Jacqueline Fayant, member of the AAG.
The AAG helicopters save our clients precious travel time from their business aircraft to their home or office," said AAG President Scott Ashton.
All AAG aircraft have the latest safety equipment, including Traffic Avoidance Systems, Enhanced Ground Proximity Warning Systems, and Emergency Pop-out Floats.
Established in 2009, the AAG Cable Network is a 10 Gb/s DWDM system owned by a consortium of 19 major telecoms carriers.