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immune protein

[i′myün ′prō‚tēn]
(immunology)
Any antibody.
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And in the current study, they find that UV-B causes white blood cells called macrophages to migrate higher in the skin of mice and release an immune protein, interferon-y.
The man in the study takes immune proteins that help combat the virus he's carrying, Martin says.
This might be done by hydrolyzing immunoglobulins in whey and using the binding components or fragments to block intact immune proteins from binding to the antigenic site on the culture cell's surface.
Both ingredients are composed of immune proteins isolated from natural cow's milk and treated by a proprietary process to enhance the inherent immune properties.
MS is believed to result from increased production of inflammatory immune proteins.
Our team developed an algorithm that computationally integrates TRAIL with other immune proteins to diagnose the cause of the infection with high accuracy.
Lexington, KY 40546) believed it might be possible to inhibit culture agglutination by hydrolyzing immunoglobulins in whey and using the binding components or fragments to block intact immune proteins from binding to the antigenic site on the culture cell's surface.
They also had evidence of excess mucus and immune proteins that are common in allergic reactions.
Lactoferrin is one of the early immune proteins that every newborn receives through breast milk.
When you think of an immune system, you usually think of blood cells and immune proteins, but behavior can also be a big part of an organism's immune defense," he said.
In elite controllers, Nef also failed to sabotage first-alert immune proteins belonging to the HLA class, a defect that would help the immune system control the virus.
Prior to birth, some of the fetal brains of the mice from both groups were analyzed to measure immune proteins and to get a "snap shot" of the fetal brain immune response to the in utero condition.