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Found Endogenous 4 times.

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1. Endogenous
* In general, means anything developing or growing from within. * In immunology , it means a disease or illness that is caused by a problem within the organism.

2. Endogenous pyrogen
A protein which produces a fever when the body has been invaded by foreign antigen s.

3. Endogenous retrovirus
A retrovirus that has become dormant and exists as DNA copies in every cell in the body of its host and is passed down from generation to generation.

4. Endogenous virus
* A virus with the ability to integrate into the genome of its host and become dormant, so that it exists as DNA copies in every cell in the body of the host and is passed down from generation to generation. * A virus that causes a persistent infection.

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