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Protein or oligosaccharide markers on the surface of cells that identify the cell as self or non-self and are capable of producing an immune response in animals or cell cultures for the production of antibodies.
The area of an antigen where the short arms of the Y-shaped antibody are attached.
Any of the complex, Y-shaped proteins produced by B-lymphocytes in response to the presence of an antigen.