the relative ability of an antigen or vaccine to elicit an immune response.
The ability to or the degree to which a particular substance may provoke an immune response; having the properties of an antigen or any substance that may trigger a particular immune reaction, such as the production of antibodies.
the ability of an antigen to stimulate antibody production
A measure of the ability of a substance to provoke an immune response. Response may or may not be clinically significant.
The ability to mount an immune response.
the property of being able to evoke an immune response within an organism.
ability to protect against an infection, disease, and foreign substances.
The ability of a vaccine to bring about an immune response.
the ability of an antigen or vaccine to stimulate immune responses.
the ability to stimulate an immune response.
an ability to produce an immune response.
The degree to which an antigen is capable of eliciting an immune response.
The property that endows a substance with the capacity to provoke an immune response or the degree to which a substance possesses this property.
an immune (not susceptible) response.
Ability to trigger an immune response, e.g. highly immunogenic substance can trigger a strong immune response
The ability to produce a detectable immune response.
the state or being of antigenic; rejected by the body.