antibody

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(isim) antikor
{i} antikor

Her antikor belirli bir bakteri veya virüsü hedef alır. - Each antibody targets a specific bacteria or virus.

kana dışarıdan giren yabancı cisimlere karşı koyan madde
(Tıp) Kana dışardan giren yabancı cisimlere karşı gelen madde, kısbi (edinik) muafiyet (bağışıklık) maddesi. antikor
antibody anticore
(Diş Hekimliği) belli bir antigene karşı vücut tarafından üretilerek, antigen ile inaktivasyon, aglutinasyon, flokülasyon gibi gözlenebilir belli bir reaksiyon verebilen madde
antigen antibody complex
immün kompleks
antigen antibody reaction
antijen antikor reaksiyonu
coating antibody
(Tıp) tabaka antikor
fluorescent antibody technique
(Tıp) flüoresan antikor tekniği
indirect fluorescent antibody
(Tıp) indirek floresan antikor
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A protein produced by B-lymphocytes that binds to a specific antigen
A protein of the immune system, produced in response to an antigen (a foreign, often disease-causing, substance) 2
a special protein produced by the body’s immune system that recognizes and helps fight infectious agents and other foreign substances that invade the body
A substance produced by the body in response to an antigen that specifically reacts with the antigen to destroy, inhibit, or neutralize it The body produces antibodies as a defense against foreign substances Antibodies may be identified and measured to determine whether an individual has been infected by a pathogen
A protein produced by cells of the immune system that binds to an antigen See the Figure at NHGRI See also Monoclonal Antibody
specialized serum protein produced by B lymphocytes in response to an exposure to foreign proteins or modified natural proteins (both act as antigens) The antibodies produced specifically bind to the antigens that induced the immune response These are also called immunoglobulins or gamma globulins
a protein secreted by activated plasma cells, which evolve from B-cells, in response to stimulation by an antigen The antigen/antibody reaction forms the basis of humoral (Th2) immunity There are 5 types of antibodies: IgA, IgD, IgE, IgG and IgM
A protein found in the blood that is produced in response to foreign substances (e g bacteria or viruses) invading the body Antibodies protect the body from disease by binding to these organisms and destroying them
a special protein produced by the body's immune system that recognizes and helps fight infectious agents and other foreign substances that invade the body
A protein secreted by cells of our immune system in response to infection The antibody binds to an 'enemy' molecule, in this case a specific part of the hepatitis C virus this is meant to prevent the virus from infecting other cells or destroy it As with other viral infections, the presence of antibodies does not necessarily mean a virus will be eliminated from the body Haemophilia: A hereditary blood disease where the blood fails to clot and abnormal bleeding occurs It is found only in males and is treated by injections of Factor VIII
body substance, produced by specialized cells, that combines with and neutralizes foreign substances or toxins
A blood protein that is produced in response to and counteracts an antigen Antibodies are produced in disease states and help the body fight against the particular disease
A protein produced in response to the presence of a specific antigen
A protein that is an immunoglobulin produced by a B cell in response to a specific antigen The antibody can bond with the antigen enabling an immune response Antibodies are the “soldiers” which protect us against bacteria and viruses that are free in the body (not inside cells) and parasitic infections
An infection-fighting protein molecule in blood or secretory fluids that tags, neutralizes, and helps destroy pathogenic microorganisms (e g , bacteria, viruses) or toxins Antibodies, known generally as immunoglobulins, are made and secreted by B-lymphocytes in response to stimulation by antigens Each specific antibody binds only to the specific antigen that stimulated its production
a special protein produced by the body’s immune system that recognizes and helps fight infectious agents and other foreign substances that invade the body
Protein produced by the immune system of humans and higher animals in response to the presence of a specific antigen
A protein molecule produced by the immune system in response to a foreign body, such as a virus like HBV Antibodies can be produced in response to a vaccine or to a natural infection They circulate in the blood to protect against future infections
A protein (immunoglobulin) produced by the immune system of an organism in response to exposure to a foreign molecule (antigen) and characterized by its specific binding to a site of that molecule (antigenic determinant or epitope) [IUPAC Compendium]
Molecules produced by B cells in response to specific proteins (antigens) carried by infected cells Antibodies are directed against specific infections and help fight the disease
any of a large variety of proteins normally present in the body or produced in response to an antigen which it neutralizes, thus producing an immune response
A protein produced by the body's immune system in response to a foreign substance (antigen) An antibody reacts specifically with the antigen that induced its formation and inactivates the antigen Our bodies fight off an infection by producing antibodies
A substance that is produced by the immune system in response to specific antigens, thereby helping the body fight infection and foreign substances
A soluble protein molecule produced and secreted by B cells in response to an antigen, which is capable of binding to that specific antigen
a large Y shaped protein molecule made by B-cells of the immune system which very selectively binds to other specific protein molecules called antigens Specific antibodies combine with and inactivate specific viruses, while other specific antibodies mark invading bacteria and cancer cells for destruction by other cells of the immune system
Protein produced by humans and higher animals in response to the presence of another protein, termed an antigen The interaction of the antigen and the antibody can cause certain human health problems, like allergies or autoimmune diseases
An antibody is a protein (also called an immunoglobulin) that is manufactured by lymphocytes (a type of white blood cell) to neutralize an antigen or foreign protein Bacteria, viruses and other microorganisms commonly contain many antigens, as do pollens, dust mites, molds, foods, and other substances Although many types of antibodies are protective, inappropriate or excessive formation of antibodies may lead to illness When the body forms a type of antibody called IgE (immunoglobulin E), allergic rhinitis, asthma or eczema may result when the patient is again exposed to the substance which caused IgE antibody formation (allergen)
{i} protein in the blood which reacts to infectious agents
Normal blood serum apparently contains variousantibodies, and the introduction of toxins or of foreign cells also results in the development of their specific antibodies
Any of various bodies or substances in the blood which act in antagonism to harmful foreign bodies, as toxins or the bacteria producing the toxins
Antibodies are substances which a person's or an animal's body produces in their blood in order to destroy substances which carry disease. antibodies a substance produced by your body to fight disease. Molecule in the immune system that circulates in blood and lymph in response to invasion by an antigen. Antibodies are globulins formed in lymphoid tissues by B cells, whose receptors are specialized to bind to a specific antigen. These receptors are copied as antibodies that attack the target antigens by binding to them, either neutralizing them or triggering a complement reaction. Antibodies have widely varying binding sites, providing protection from a wide range of infectious agents and toxic substances. Antibodies derived from the blood serum of infected people or animals are often given in an antiserum for quick immunization against fast-acting toxins or microbes. In 1975 César Milstein and colleagues developed a process for producing specific antibodies in virtually limitless amounts; these monoclonal antibodies can deliver radiation or drugs directly to specific antigens. See also antitoxin; reticuloendothelial system
immunoglobulin
agonistic monoclonal antibody
A monoclonal antibody that aims to boost the human immune system either to fight infection or cancer
antibody.
AB
monoclonal antibody
A protein genetically engineered from a single clone of a B cell, especially one produced by fusion with a tumor cell and intended for use as a drug
antibodies
proteins made by the body to protect itself from "foreign" substances such as bacteria or viruses People get type 1 diabetes when their bodies make antibodies that destroy the body's own insulin-making beta cells
antibodies
proteins in the blood that are generated in reaction to foreign proteins or polysaccharides; also called "immunoglobulins"
antibodies
Specialized proteins produced by white blood cells that circulate in the blood Antibodies seek and attach to foreign proteins, microorganisms or toxins in order to neutralize them They are part of the immune system
antibodies
Specialized proteins produced by white blood cells that circulate in the blood Antibodies seek and attach to foreign proteins, microorganisms, or toxins in order to neutralize them They are part of the immune system
antibodies
a protein produced by the body's immune system to fight infection or harmful foreign substances
antibodies
A protein produced by the body as part of its defense against foreign bacteria or blood cells
antibodies
A class of proteins (known as immunoglobulins) formed in the body in response to the presence of antigens (foreign proteins and other compounds), which bind to the antigen, inactivating it
acquired antibody
An antibody produced by an immune response, in contrast to one occurring naturally in an individual
an antibody
immunoglobulin
antibodies
Specific proteins produced by the body's immune system that bind with foreign proteins (antigens)
antibodies
plural of antibody
antibodies
(AN-tih-BOD-ees): Proteins produced by certain white blood cells in response to foreign substances (antigens) Each antibody can bind only to a specific antigen The purpose of this binding is to help destroy the antigen Antibodies can work in several ways, depending on the nature of the antigen Some antibodies disable antigens directly Others make the antigen more vulnerable to destruction by white blood cells
antibodies
Protein compounds (immunoglobulins) produced by plasma cells in response to specific antigens and having the capacity to react against the antigens
antibodies
Substances that normally help the body to fight infection They are made by white blood cells After a transplant, antibodies can attack the new kidney and cause rejection Antibodies are also causes of kidney disease such as glomerulonephritis Disorders of the bone marrow producing abnormal antibodies can cause amyloid and myeloma
antibodies
are proteins called immunoglobulins which circulate in the blood and body fluids They bind specifically to antigens that have induced them Antibodies are able to inactivate bacterial toxins, viruses and help phagocytes to engulf whole bacteria They have a vital role to play in the bodies immune response to foreign proteins
antibodies
Proteins produced by immune system cells that bind to foreign molecules and microorganisms and inactivate them
antibodies
Proteins produced by certain white blood cells in response to the presence of foreign substances (antigens) Each antibody can bind to only one specific antigen The purpose of this binding is to help destroy that antigen
antibodies
Proteins produced by certain white blood cells in response to foreign substances (antigens) Each antibody can bind only to one specific antigen The purpose of this binding is to help destroy the antigen Antibodies can work in several ways, depending on the nature of the antigen Some antibodies disable antigens directly Others make the antigen more vulnerable to destruction by white blood cells
antibodies
Proteins produced by white blood cells to fight infection and disease
antibodies
proteins made by the immune system that bind to structures (antigens) they recognize as foreign to the body
antibodies
Special proteins produced in response to foreign matter or infectious agents in the body
antibodies
~ Proteins of the immune system that cling on to foreign substances to allow white blood cells to detect the intruders and destroy them
antibodies
Proteins produced by the immune system in response to the introduction of foreign molecules called antigens Antibodies neutralize these molecules to prevent infection or disease
antibodies
Antibodies are specific proteins made by your body's white blood cells They are for defense of the body against foreign enemies In certain diseases, they attack the body, itself
antibodies
Special proteins of the immune system Produced by white blood cells, they circulate in the blood seeking and attaching to foreign proteins, microorganisms or toxins in order to neutralize them
antibodies
are glycoproteins, produced by immune system, which bind to foreign proteins (antigen), causing their elimination Specific antibodies are produced after an infection or after a vaccination and protect the body from further infections Their presence can be assessed with blood test to estabilish if a infecious disease is occurred Antibodies can also be administered after exposure to an infectious agent to prevent the development of the disease (passive immunization)
antibodies
proteins in the immune system that act specifically against antigens in an immune response
antibodies
Special proteins produced by the body's immune system that help fight and destroy viruses, bacteria, and other foreign substances (antigens) that invade the body Occasionally, abnormal antibodies develop that can attack a part of the body and cause autoimmune disease These abnormal antibodies are called autoantobodies
heterophil antibody
an antibody found in the blood of someone suffering from infectious mononucleosis
monoclonal antibody
any of a class of antibodies produced in the laboratory by identical offspring of a hybridoma; very specific for a particular location in the body
monoclonal antibody
Any of the highly specific antibodies produced in large quantity by the clones of a single hybrid cell formed in the laboratory by the fusion of a B cell with a tumor cell
rh antibody
rhesus factor antibody
antibody

    Расстановка переносов

    an·ti·bo·dy

    Турецкое произношение

    äntibädi

    Синонимы

    immunoglobulin

    Произношение

    /ˈantēˌbädē/ /ˈæntiːˌbɑːdiː/

    Этимология

    [ 'an-ti-"bä-dE ] (noun.) 1900. anti- +‎ body, a calque of German Antikörper.

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