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antigen +‎ -ic

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antigenic (not comparable)

  1. (immunology) Of or relating to an antigen.
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Etymology 2Edit

antigeny +‎ -ic

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antigenic (not comparable)

  1. (biology, obsolete) Sexually dimorphic, especially with reference to lepidopterans.
    • 1889, Samuel Hubbard Scudder, The Butterflies of the Eastern United States and Canada, volume 1, page 535:
      [I]n which case, the males are normal, and the species generally antigenic.

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antigenic (not comparable)

  1. antigenic

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