An epitope is a component of an antigen that is recognized by antibody or host system and often called âantigen determinantâ. Epitopes are non-self proteins and consist of large amino acid sequences, these sequences either are continuous or discontinuous chains which will offer the binding sites to antibodies. These molecules show high degree specificity in reactions and well-known example for cross-reactivity.
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