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A substance that reacts with the products of a specific immune response.
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Antigen (Ag)

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ANTIGENS
characterize antigenic determinants To introduce the concept of superantigens I. DEFINITIONS A. Immunogen A substance that induces a specific immune response. B. <span>Antigen (Ag) A substance that reacts with the products of a specific immune response. C. Hapten A substance that is non-immunogenic but which can react with the products of a specific immune response. Haptens are small molecules which could ne







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Pure polysaccharides and lipopolysaccharides are good immunogens.
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e vast majority of immunogens are proteins. These may be pure proteins or they may be glycoproteins or lipoproteins. In general, proteins are usually very good immunogens. B. Polysaccharides <span>Pure polysaccharides and lipopolysaccharides are good immunogens. C. Nucleic Acids Nucleic acids are usually poorly immunogenic. However, they may become immunogenic when single stranded or when complexed with proteins. D.







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#folksonomy #tagging

Folksonomies also known as social tagging, are user-defined metadata collections. Users do not deliberately create folksonomies and there is rarely a prescribed purpose, but a folksonomy evolves when many users create or store content at particular sites and identify what they think the content is about. “Tag clouds” pinpoint various identifiers and the frequency of use on a folksonomy site. This type of grass-roots community classification (similar to other social networking approaches, such as blogs and wikis) is subject to vandalism and manipulation; nevertheless, it is a fine example of collective intelligence.Do not confuse folksonomies with taxonomies. Folksonomies structure content via user tags; taxonomies are classifications defined by more formal methods that do not necessarily include user-generated tags and rarely are viewed as similar.



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[...]. Users do not deliberately create folksonomies and there is rarely a prescribed purpose, but a folksonomy evolves when many users create or store content at particular sites and identify what they think the content is about. “Tag clouds” pinpoint various identifiers and the frequency of use on a folksonomy site. This type of grass-roots community classification (similar to other social networking approaches, such as blogs and wikis) is subject to vandalism and manipulation; nevertheless, it is a fine example of collective intelligence.Do not confuse folksonomies with taxonomies. Folksonomies structure content via user tags; taxonomies are classifications defined by more formal methods that do not necessarily include user-generated tags and rarely are viewed as similar.
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Folksonomies also known as social tagging, are user-defined metadata collections

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Folksonomies also known as [...], are user-defined metadata collections. Users do not deliberately create folksonomies and there is rarely a prescribed purpose, but a folksonomy evolves when many users create or store content at particular sites and identify what they think the content is about. “Tag clouds” pinpoint various identifiers and the frequency of use on a folksonomy site. This type of grass-roots community classification (similar to other social networking approaches, such as blogs and wikis) is subject to vandalism and manipulation; nevertheless, it is a fine example of collective intelligence.Do not confuse folksonomies with taxonomies. Folksonomies structure content via user tags; taxonomies are classifications defined by more formal methods that do not necessarily include user-generated tags and rarely are viewed as similar.
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social tagging

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Folksonomies also known as social tagging, are user-defined metadata collections. Users do not deliberately create folksonomies and there is rarely a prescribed purpose, but a folksonomy evolves when many users create or store