anti-antibody

antiantibody

[an-tee-an-ti-bod-ee, an-tahy-]
noun Immunology.
antibody that combines with another antibody.

Origin:
anti- + antibody

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anti-antibody an·ti-an·ti·bod·y or an·ti·an·ti·bod·y (ān'tē-ān'tĭ-bŏd'ē, ān'tī-)
n.
An antibody that is specifically directed against another antibody.

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