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Antigenic Drift

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An occurrence where the surface of antigens is altered, possibly as a means of overcoming immune responses in organisms that they live in. This results in the coding of antibodies to combat the antigens must be altered to accommodate for the change in surface (which the antibody would bind to at the receptor site).