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An antigen is a substance foreign to our body (which it does not usually possess) that causes an immune reaction with an antibody. The antigen is neutralized by the specific antibody thanks to the presence of antigenic sites. These foreign elements, called antigens, are most often bacteria, viruses, parasites, fungi, venom, vaccines, or cancer cells.

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