Antigens are present
  • a)
    Inside the cytoplasm
  • b)
    Inside the nucleus
  • c)
    On the nuclear membrane
  • d)
    On the cell surface
Correct answer is option 'D'. Can you explain this answer?

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Ashish Tiwary
Nov 03, 2018
Basically antigens are present on the cell surface.
Your immune system “sees” foreign invaders, like viruses, by looking at antigens produced from the proteins in those viruses. Antigens are often found on the surface of cells. When a virus infects a cell, its proteins get cut up and “displayed” on the surface of the cell for the immune system to see.

Yash Rathore
Jul 13, 2018
Cell markers, also known as cell surface antigens, serve as monograms to help identify and classify cells. The majority of them are molecules or antigens within cell's plasma membrane. Unique to different cell types, there exist specific combinations of markers or antigens.

Savita Soni
Jan 09, 2019
On the cell membrane which is outmost layer of animal cell ......means cell surface

Basically antigens are present on the cell surface.Your immune system “sees” foreign invaders, like viruses, by looking at antigens produced from the proteins in those viruses. Antigens are often found on the surface of cells. When a virus infects a cell, its proteins get cut up and “displayed” on the surface of the cell for the immune system to see.
Basically antigens are present on the cell surface.Your immune system “sees” foreign invaders, like viruses, by looking at antigens produced from the proteins in those viruses. Antigens are often found on the surface of cells. When a virus infects a cell, its proteins get cut up and “displayed” on the surface of the cell for the immune system to see.