Immunogenicity and Immunotoxicology

Immunogenicity- The property empowering a substance to incite a resistant reaction, or how much a substance has this property. The capacity of an antigen to inspire resistant reactions is called immunogenicity, which can be humoral as well as cell-intervened insusceptible reactions. Proteins are increasingly immunogenic and T-cells are required to drive immunogenicity. Protein therapeutics of various types can possibly evoke insusceptible reactions when regulated to people.

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