Antigen- Antibody reactions

Antigen–antibody reaction mainly focuses on the rapid detection of proteins. Antibodies recognize specific proteins based on their structure and content, and can be very specific, binding to only a small part of an antigen (known as the epitope), and discriminating between highly similar epitopes. When a host is exposed to an antigen than the host will develop an array of antibodies so that each binds to a separate epitope of the antigen. These antibodies will vary in specificity.

Many proteolytic enzymes known to enhance the antigen-antibody reactions, but the most prominently used are papain, ficin and bromelin.

  • Factors affecting Antigen-Antibody reactions
  • Types of Antigen-Antibody reactions

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