amboceptor

amboceptor

[am-buh-sep-ter]
noun Immunology Now Rare.

Origin:
1900–05; < Latin ambō both (akin to ambi-) + (re)ceptor

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amboceptor (ˈæmbəʊˌsɛptə)
 
n
an immune body formed in the blood during infection or immunization that serves to link the complement to the antigen
 
[C20: from Latin ambō both (see ambi-) + (re)ceptor]

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amboceptor am·bo·cep·tor (ām'bō-sěp'tər)
n.
The anti-sheep red blood cell antibody used in complement-fixation tests.

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